Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with unsolicited:

4 syllables:
stalin added,
cholic acid,
folic acid,
cause limited,
not limited,
stock limited,
profit added,
bromic acid,
chromic acid,
kojic acid,
though limited,
not visited,
scott visited,
tsang visited,
watch visited,
charge limited,
harris added,
morris added,
phasis added,
process added,
gallic acid,
maleic acid,
washings added

5 syllables:
linolic acid,
mycolic acid,
policy added,
glutamic acid,
sebacic acid,
sulfonic acid,
vanadic acid,
mycolic acids,
phenolic acids,
copper limited,
shipyard limited,
stalin asserted,
wholly limited,
digallic acid,
sialic acid

6 syllables:
mcleod limited,
mefenamic acid,
metabolic acids,
canada limited,
policy edited

7 syllables:
deoxycholic acid,
mycophenolic acid,
pteroylglutamic acid

9 syllables:
pteroylmonoglutamic acid

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See unsolicited used in context: 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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