Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dolente:

3 syllables:
chose henry,
drove henry,
known henry,
quote henry,
showed henry,
shows henry,
women by,
women they,
wrote henry,
co lessee,
does any,
lose any,
note any,
showed any,
shown any,
so gently,
to deny,
to henry,
to levy,
to twenty,
who deny,
whole engine,
whose entry,
women teach,
wrote twenty,
could any,
could deny,
do any,
go any,
hold any,
how any,
known plenty,
knows plenty,
no entry,
should any,
showed plenty,
shows plenty,
so any,
stole gently,
stole twenty,
to any,
whole twenty,
would any,
would deny,
do-well by,
to set by,
who merely,
coach eddie,
poem by,
shown empty,
those empty,
co vary,
gnome engine,
grows heavy,
growth engine,
joseph i,
quotes henry,
showed heavy,
shows heavy,
stroke engine,
those heavy,
to bury,
to carry,
to marry,
to mary,
to vary,
who carry,
whole fairly,
whose esteem,
whose heavy,
women cease,
women feel,
women leave,
women peace,
women reach,
women these,
women three,
women weave,
women worry,
bola tie,
could empty,
should empty,
to empty,
would empty

4 syllables:
above any,
above entry,
promote entry,
remote entry,
anno regni,
promote healthy,
approached henry,
toward henry,
women early,
women happy,
women newly,
enjoy plenty,
above entries,
above petty,
above twenty

5 syllables:
composer henry

Some other possibilities:

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