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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cretose:

2 syllables:
set tos,
delle rocce,
fair oaks,
fresh hopes,
met one,
set one,
swear oaths,
yet one,
blessed hopes,
bread toast,
debt to,
dressed to,
felt oats,
gets oats,
met to,
net to,
set to,
threat to,
yet how,
yet to,
yet who,
bread doughs,
thread whose,
air hose,
bread whole,
chair whose,
death those,
death whose,
guess whose,
head home,
lead one,
press whose,
shell whose,
wretch whose,
air hole,
bear oak,
blair wrote,
care home,
check one,
clare wrote,
fair one,
flesh showed,
fresh whole,
press home,
share one,
shell hole,
step one,
tell one,
them home,
them one,
where one,
where whole,
yellow oak,
armed threats,
bet is,
debt is,
get oats,
met his,
met us,
net is,
set his,
set is,
set us,
sweat house,
threat is,
yet his,
yet is,
bread dough,
cette chose,
guest whose

3 syllables:
express hopes,
fellow house,
fellow is,
hero is,
narrow house,
yellow house,
addressed to,
better hopes,
expressed hopes,
progressed to,
project hopes,
regret to,
hotel whose,
progress whose,
access hole,
addressed his,
rosette assay,
addressed those,
agent whose,
assets whose,
content whose,
debtor whose,
effect whose,
keto as,
letter whose,
meadow mouse,
object whose,
palette shows

4 syllables:
loretto heights

5 syllables:
marionette shows

Some other possibilities:

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