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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with polenta:

3 syllables:
two genera,
go mental,
so gentle,
to mental,
could entice,
whole arena,
whole mental,
would entice,
growth ended,
who tended,
bow pencil,
bowl haircut,
gross senses,
joseph a.,
known genera,
kohl helmut,
low tension,
maestro della,
no mention,
rhone delta,
slope delta,
to mention,
two senses,
women but,
women can,
women was,
women when,
women young,
colin tudge,
hold end up,
so ended,
to end up,
whole tended,
close mental,
gross mental,
gross rental,
known mental,
low level,
no central,
prose edda,
showed mental,
so central,
those gentle,
those mental,
to central,
to lessen,
to level,
to set on,
to set up,
to settle,
to whet on,
two central,
whole epoch,
whole heaven,
whole lesson,
whole level,
whose gentle,
whose mental,
women as,
women has,
women on,
women twice,
poet as,
poet has,
so seldom,
who seldom,
whole central,
whole sentence,
whole setup


4 syllables:
aloe vera,
lower delta,
above lemma,
lower mental,
lower rental,
plateau central,
plateau level,
promote mental,
thorough mental,
women hated,
women noted,
women notice,
stroller rental


6 syllables:
alveolar septa


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