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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cappelletti:

3 syllables:
delle leggi,
sell any,
bear any,
breath heavy,
hetch hetchy,
them any,
where any,
where heavy,
yet any,
dealt heavy,
felt any,
twelve heavy,
delle genti,
smell pretty,
cousin hetty,
kill any,
mill levy,
still heavy,
will any,
friend eddie,
bear berry,
bears heavy,
beneath my,
beneath these,
beneath three,
betel leaf,
claire marie,
death henry,
derek keene,
french heavy,
fresh berry,
fresh dairy,
friend debbie,
lest any,
press series,
send any,
spare penny,
wears heavy,
where henry,
where marie,
where shelley,
rural petty,
belle prairie,
cells carry,
chair empty,
dressed pretty,
fresh levies,
friend betty,
friend larry,
guess pretty


4 syllables:
express any,
possess any,
uncle eddie,
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
uncle larry,
uncle lenny,
until heavy,
pretty heady,
steady eddie,
accept any,
accept heavy,
affect any,
ahead carry,
carry any,
carry heavy,
deny any,
detect any,
empress marie,
ever any,
except heavy,
expect any,
expect heavy,
express dairy,
heavy heavy,
janet marie,
never any,
percent heavy,
pretty hairy,
pretty heavy,
prevent any,
prevent heavy,
progress series,
recent heavy,
reject any,
select any,
success series,
their heavy,
whether any,
whether heavy,
bennett tony,
delhi belly,
delhi delhi,
della serie,
fairly heavy,
jelly belly,
kelly cherry,
leather settee


5 syllables:
develop heavy


6 syllables:
necessary heavy


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