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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deleted:

3 syllables:
tut tutted,
blood added,
but added,
chief added,
comma added,
douglas added,
has added,
judge added,
stress added,
then added,
touches added,
was added,
when added,
sludge acid,
twice cited,
chilean nut,
drugs added,
comet assay,
genus aedes,
jesus summed,
twice summoned,
wblock command,
dull witted,
blood flooded,
was flooded,
blood shunted,
capet hugh,
collet chuck,
double stud,
double tongued,
double tuned,
helen loved


4 syllables:
abdul hamid,
added added,
alice added,
office added,
acetous acid,
color added,
colour added,
result added,
abdul majid,
cereal aphid,
acids added,
brian added,
brother added,
buffer added,
butter added,
fluid added,
honey added,
hughes added,
juice added,
luther added,
money added,
mother added,
product added,
chlorous acid,
cotton aphid,
extra button,
extra luggage,
jesus uttered,
rebecca heard,
rushes ahead,
struggle ahead,
trouble ahead,
tunnel ahead,
uncle enoch,
unless summoned,
become flooded,
colors added,
culture added,
greatly added,
helen added,
helen nodded,
journal added,
lately added,
little added,
metal added,
michael added,
rachel added,
results added,
routinely added,
russell added,
safely added,
supply added,
title added,
total added,
adult aphids,
apple aphid,
bacon noted,
become putrid,
buddha seated,
cereal aphids,
excel button,
excel command,
glacial acid,
malic acid,
phthalic acid


5 syllables:
emily added,
officer added,
official added


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