Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coesite:

2 syllables:
to cite,
whose height,
co write,
do right,
float height,
go right,
grow light,
how might,
how right,
known height,
low light,
no light,
no right,
no white,
now write,
one night,
shoal light,
slope height,
so light,
so might,
so right,
so tight,
so white,
throat tight,
throw light,
to bite,
to fight,
to light,
to right,
to white,
to write,
two light,
two right,
two white,
who fight,
who might,
who write,
whole height,
whole light,
clone site,
close sight,
globe sight,
lose sight,
no slight,
one site,
rogue site,
scope sight,
so slight,
two sites,
whose sight,
blows might,
blows right,
chose might,
chose white,
close bite,
close fight,
close might,
close right,
close tight,
close white,
flows might,
flows right,
glows white,
grows light,
grows right,
grows white,
knows right,
low side,
prose might,
shows fight,
shows light,
shows might,
shows right,
shows white,
those heights,
those light,
those might,
those white,
throws light,
to side,
two side,
whose heights,
whose light,
whose might,
whose right,
whose white

3 syllables:
embryo might,
unknown height,
unknown knight,
suppose might,
above light,
above might,
above right,
above white,
alone fight,
alone might,
alone right,
alone write,
approach light,
approach might

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