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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with facete:

2 syllables:
black heat,
shall eat,
that heat,
back seat,
brass sheet,
class seats,
glass sheet,
packs heat,
house seat,
and eat,
and heat,
at east,
at feet,
back beat,
back east,
bad beat,
bath sheet,
black sheet,
canned heat,
crab meat,
drag feet,
flat feet,
glass eel,
graph sheet,
rap sheet,
shall meet,
that meet,
back seats,
brass sheets,
cats feet,
class i,
class meant,
class meets,
class street,
glass sheets,
had ceased,
that sweet,
valve seat,
claw feet,
draw sheet,
for heat,
from heat,
half feet,
more heat,
moth eat,
not eat,
or eat,
or heat,
though nietzsche,
at each,
at ease,
at heel,
back heel,
had each,
scrap heap,
scrap piece,
shall lease,
shall leave,
slag heap,
snap peas,
that each,
trash heap,
what each,
a cast,
a fast,
a last,
a past,
a vast,
are cast,
are classed,
are fast,
are passed,
are past,
are vast,
as fast,
as last,
brass hat,
class at,
class eight,
class ought


3 syllables:
happy at,
many at,
many it,
sally out,
valley at,
valley height,
advance sheet,
attack ceased,
attacks ceased,
cassie thought,
tracy thought,
enough wheat


4 syllables:
really at,
really it,
really ought


Some other possibilities:

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