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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unperceptive:

2 syllables:
tex. civ,
crept in,
kept him,
kept his,
kept in,
kept it,
slept in,
stepped in,
stepped it,
chest heave,
ex div,
belt in,
belt is,
bent ear,
bent his,
bent in,
best if,
best in,
best is,
best it,
blessed in,
blessed is,
breast is,
cent in,
cent is,
checked his,
checked in,
chest in,
chest is,
cleft in,
dealt in,
death lives,
death tick,
dent in,
dwelt in,
est in,
etched in,
faire vivre,
felt him,
felt his,
felt in,
felt it,
felt tip,
guessed it,
guest in,
knelt in,
left ear,
left here


3 syllables:
accept him,
accept his,
accept in,
accept it,
except his,
except in,
except it,
objec tives,
access still,
affect him,
affect his,
affect in,
affect it,
agent in,
agent is,
arrest him,
arrest in,
arrest is,
assessed in,
aware routing,
collect his,
collect in,
collect it,
confessed his,
connect it,
content in,
content is,
convent in,
defect in,
defect is,
depressed in,
detect in,
direct his,
direct hit,
direct in,
direct it,
effect his,
effect if,
effect in,
effect is,
effect it,
erect in,
expect him,
expect in,
expect it,
expressed his,
expressed in,
expressed it,
henri iv,
henry iv


4 syllables:
acquiesced in


5 syllables:
amenhotep iv


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