Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entitled:

2 syllables:
fine tuned,
quite rugged,
smile tugged,
white tulle,
light haired,
might end,
might tend,
right end,
tight end,
white haired,
white tinged,
chile desde,
tight assed,
bright tunes,
flies buzzed,
might assure,
write ups,
light build,
light filled,
might build,
might hold,
night filled,
quite filled,
quite healed,
sight filled,
slight build,
tight head,
white head,
white tiled,
bite on,
bite tongue,
bright as,
fight as,
fight on,
height as,
high blood,
light as,
light bulb,
light has,
light mulch,
light on,
light pulse,
light up,
might as,
night as,
night has,
night on,
quite an,
quite as,
quite stunned,
right as

3 syllables:
briefly summed,
title and,
title deed,
trial had,
vital and,
chiefly filled,
whydah bird,
favourite tunes,
five a side,
give a hand,
pilate heard,
prices had,
wires hummed,
vital dye,
bridle hand,
bridle road,
idle and,
title ought,
vital light,
affine hull,
alight on,
bible and,
bible code,
bible leads,
cycle and,
cycle leads,
cycle showed,
final and,
final end,
final good,
final ideal,
final third,
final word,
highly tuned,
item and,
libel and,
lighted and,
rifle aimed,
rifle and

4 syllables:
a price on head,
dazai shundai,
arrival and,
delighted and,
entitle him,
excited and,
finally had,
finally heard,
recital of,
revival and

Some other possibilities:

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See entitled used in context: 11 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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