Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinata:

7 letters:
in data,
in java

8 letters:
his data,
in latin,
in santa,
big mama,
is often,
is solid,
it often,
in model,
in solid,
intron a,
its data

9 letters:
this data,
with data,
him often,
when data,
his latin,
his novel,
in common,
in harlem,
in pocket,
in thomas,
pig latin

10 letters:
which data,
hip pocket,
isaac hull,
this awful,
this often,
were often,
will often,
zilog z80a,
ill gotten,
in harness,
in holland,
this novel,
felis onca,
their data

11 letters:
paris santa,
being often,
bring havoc,
singh thapa,
thing often,
paris often,
skill often,
smith often,
still often,
there often,
which often,
with thomas,
big hearted,
dined often,
print often,
since often,
twins often,
until often,
until pasta

12 letters:
quinn nodded,
spring often,
pierre robin,
smith thomas,
chris nodded,
mitch nodded,
smith nodded,
cousin clara,
ditch bottom,
is hopped up,
prince often,
split rattan,
thick bottom,
thick cotton,
thick dotted,
appear often,
career often,
admin option,
appear novel,
benign solid,
career naval,
clear bottom,
dinner often,
until bottom

13 letters:
brick cottage,
cousin hannah,
being hostile,
pierre nodded,
toulmin model,
cliff cottage,
cousin martha,
cousin thomas,
still hostile,
swiss cottage,
benign causes,
berlin police

14 letters:
appear hostile,
vitamin causes,
vitamin losses

15 letters:
being hopped up,
touching bottom,
playing hostess

Some other possibilities:

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