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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with diskette:

2 syllables:
his debt,
his net,
is met,
is wet,
is yet,
this debt,
is kept,
is set,
this set,
be in debt,
being met,
being set,
chip set,
cousin bette,
dip net,
him yet,
in debt,
in wet,
in yet,
it met,
it set,
it yet,
ivf et,
shin bet,
stiff setae,
still wet,
string bet,
swing set,
there yet,
thin set,
twin jet,
twin set,
were met,
were set,
were wet,
were yet,
which met,
which set,
which yet,
will set,
will yet,
with wet,
with yet,
is cut,
risk it,
his guest,
being kept,
chris spent,
chris stepped,
crisp set,
his belt,
his best,
his care,
his chest,
his debts,
his left,
his rent,
his rest,
his tent,
if kept,
in kent,
in net,
ink jet,
is bent,
is best,
is checked,
is dealt,
is dressed,
is felt,
is left,
is spent,
is stressed,
it kept,
its debt,
its net,
paris sketch,
pouring sweat,
smith et,
still kept,
this belt,
this left,
this sketch,
this test,
this threat,
this went,
this wretched,
were kept,
which kept,
with sweat,
his quest,
is sent,
this quest,
this sect,
this sets,
being cut,
break a sweat,
drink it,
his foot,
his pet


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