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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spectro:

2 syllables:
brecht wrote,
check to,
checked to,
deck to,
neck to,
checks to,
felt no,
felt so,
kept low,
kept so,
left no,
left so,
left two,
next to,
sent two,
sex to,
spent so,
spent two,
step two,
text to,
them grow,
them two,
went no,
went so,
where two,
egg to,
air to,
arendt wrote,
bear to,
bell to,
belt to,
bent to,
best to,
blessed to,
bread to,
breast to,
breath to,
care to,
cell to,
cent to,
chair to,
check growth,
checked those,
chest to,
dare to,
dead to,
deaf to,
death row,
death throe,
death to,
deck shoe,
edge to


3 syllables:
expect no,
subject so,
subjects who,
affect how,
affect to,
connect to,
direct to,
effect to,
elect to,
expect to,
object to,
perfect throw,
project to,
respect to,
subject to,
subject who,
subject wrote,
accept no,
complex to,
except so,
except two,
expressed no,
possessed no,
suggests how,
access to,
affect those,
agent to,
agent who,
agent wrote,
ahead to,
assessed to,
bequeath to,
bequest to,
collect phone,
collect those,
confessed to,
connect those,
connects to,
content to,
defect known,
defect shows,
defects whose,
detect those,
direct loan,
direct phone,
direct those


4 syllables:
director to,
directors who


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