Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unites:

2 syllables:
few nights,
bourdieu writes,
choose sites,
new heights,
school nights,
flue pipes,
fruit types,
new types,
bloom writes,
freud cites,
freud writes,
group rights,
group sites,
loose bytes,
school rights,
school sites,
screw flights,
due dates,
group types,
loose spikes,
school types,
screw spikes,
smooth pipes,
tooth types,
blue notes,
bourdieu notes,
crown heights,
few notes,
green heights,
three knights,
three nights,
two nights,
groom might,
nude mice,
plume height,
you might,
blue light,
blue nile,
blue white,
few white

3 syllables:
review sites,
acute types,
bedroom lights,
accrued rights,
exclude whites,
fewer bytes,
fewer fights,
fewer rights,
fewer sites,
fewer whites,
huber heights,
lewis sites,
refuge sites,
balloon flights,
boogie nights,
cooler nights,
movie nights,
review dates,
diffuse types,
fewer types,
produce types,
produced types,
sewer pipes,
attain heights,
berlin heights,
divine heights,
fourteen nights,
friday nights,
review notes,
unknown heights,
assumed rights,
bedroom might,
costume might,
review might,
tumor sites,
viewing sites,
approved sites,
buber writes,
cooper writes,
cruel rites,
fewer flights,
future rights,
future sites,
hughes writes,
issue rights,
jewish lights,
jewish rights,
jewish rites,
jewish sites,
jewish whites,
lewis writes

4 syllables:
absolute heights,
absolute rights,
reviewer writes,
consumer rights,
consumer sites,
absolute height,
cayuga heights,
computer sites,
computer writes

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