Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinata:

3 syllables:
in data,
quinn nodded,
brick cottage,
his data,
in java,
paris santa,
this data,
which data,
with data,
in latin,
in santa,
cousin hannah,
being often,
big mama,
bring havoc,
him often,
singh thapa,
spring often,
thing often,
hip pocket,
is often,
is solid,
isaac hull,
it often,
paris often,
pierre robin,
skill often,
smith often,
smith thomas,
still often,
there often,
this awful,
this often,
were often,
which often,
will often,
with thomas,
zilog z80a,
when data,
being hopped up,
being hostile,
chris nodded,
in model,
mitch nodded,
pierre nodded,
smith nodded,
touching bottom,
toulmin model,
big hearted,
cliff cottage,
cousin clara,
cousin martha,
cousin thomas,
dined often,
ditch bottom,
his latin,
his novel,
ill gotten,
in common,
in harlem,
in harness,
in holland,
in pocket,
in solid,
in thomas,
intron a,
is hopped up,
its data,
pig latin,
prince often,
print often,
since often,
split rattan,
still hostile,
swiss cottage,
thick bottom,
thick cotton,
thick dotted,
this novel,
twins often

4 syllables:
appear often,
career often,
felis onca,
until often,
playing hostess,
admin option,
appear hostile,
appear novel,
benign causes,
benign solid,
berlin police,
career naval,
clear bottom,
dinner often,
their data,
until bottom,
until pasta

5 syllables:
vitamin causes,
vitamin losses

Some other possibilities:

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