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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tessera:

3 syllables:
this era,
bless heaven,
press edges,
check serum,
fresh serum,
press herald,
bare headed,
belle epoque,
beneath an,
beneath us,
cette epoque,
share edges,
where heaven,
where hegel,
blessed heaven,
check airman,
death seven,
dense hedges,
et caetera,
fresh haircut,
fresh semen,
friend aaron,
mousquetaire cuff,
press began,
press section,
shell session,
welfare as,
where seven,
u.s. epa,
la mesa,
para la,
pip emma,
retin a,
stephen a.,
terra bella,
where russia,
elsewhere as,
elsewhere on,
fresh sterile,
paired serum,
tests serum


4 syllables:
excess serum,
felis eyra,
access session,
access setup,
express setup,
possess seven,
possess merit,
que sera sera,
access level,
access section,
access special,
address setup,
assess level,
carreg cennen,
complex arena,
convex edges,
excess metal,
express began,
express special,
geta bera,
hotel cecil,
possess special,
progress began,
success began,
success ended,
success level,
affect serum,
della sfera,
depressed serum,
lesser merit,
measure serum,
yellow serum


5 syllables:
professor aaron,
professor herron,
progressive era,
professor ellen,
professor haeckel,
reverend aaron,
professor carol,
professor deborah,
professor karen,
professor merrill,
professor verrill


6 syllables:
cololabis saira


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