Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dissipate:

2 syllables:
his pet,
is put,
this put

3 syllables:
nissen hut,
quick asset,
split a gut,
hiccup nut,
his adult,
his assent,
his budget,
missa papae,
nissen huts,
paris adult,
stick puppet,
string puppet,
hugh capet,
paris summit,
chris added,
given but,
is added,
isa bus,
little but,
this acid,
this added,
bit bucket,
bristle up,
his office,
his sudden,
in adult,
in nepal,
king mullet,
paris office,
pick up on,
pierre petit,
quick ascent,
quick comment,
singh rawat,
string budget,
swiss office,
there result,
this office,
this sudden,
whistle up,
with adult,
kick some butt,
kicks some butt,
system but,
wilson butte,
bison hunts,
fixed asset,
his agents,
his comment,
his descent,
is unjust,
its budget,
kick up dust,
picks up on,
pouring cement,
since adult,
stick puppets,
string puppets,
swiss couple,
swiss descent,
system must,
thick cement,
this chapel,
this comment,
this couple,
this result,
with cement,
visit it

4 syllables:
coquilla nut,
philip hyatt,
addis emmet,
religion but,
playing a let,
quicquid agunt,
submit budget,
suspicion on,
until adult,
explicit trust,
finger puppet,
is on about,
lewis roget,
misses a beat,
philip abbott,
philip about,
philippe petit,
priscilla white,
resin cement,
risen about,
risky asset,
whistle about,
widow capet,
added asset,
addition it

5 syllables:
deficit about,
explicit about,
louisville cement,
suspicion about

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