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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chapleted:

3 syllables:
badly tuned,
black seeded,
class needed,
grass needed,
had needed,
staff needed,
that needed,
apply when,
badly eaten,
badly rubbed,
had treated,
plant lipid,
plant treated,
sap beetle,
staff treated,
aptly dubbed,
apply an,
apply as,
apply funds,
apply twice,
aptly summed,
valley flood,
cause lipid,
caused heated,
not treated,
though treated,
blacks needed,
craft needed,
frank needed,
grant needed,
had yielded,
plans needed,
plant needed,
range needed


4 syllables:
badly heated,
sample heated,
japan needed,
after heated,
again heated,
planar lipid,
apply today,
sally added,
apply rigid,
badly acted,
badly dated,
badly fitted,
badly lighted,
badly pitted,
badly rotted,
badly rutted,
badly sited,
bradley noted,
rather heated,
really bugged,
really loved,
sadly noted,
aroused heated,
again needed,
aptly fitted,
aptly noted,
attract needed,
contact needed,
finance needed,
gandhi added,
gather needed,
harry needed,
latter needed,
matter needed,
nancy added,
nation needed,
nature needed,
pattern needed,
samples heated,
sarah needed,
valley ahead,
valley dotted,
value needed


5 syllables:
really hated,
really added,
happily mated,
happily noted,
rapidly heated,
really acted,
really doubted,
really fitted,
really needed,
really rooted,
really uttered


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