Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entera:

3 syllables:
friend aaron,
fenes tella,
friend edith,
friend ellen,
blessed heaven,
check serum,
dense hedges,
et caetera,
fresh serum,
tenth heaven,
welfare as,
mint tea,
sun tea,
friend carol,
friend karen,
beneath an,
beneath us,
cent level,
cette epoque,
fresh sterile,
spent seven,
tests serum,
ben bella,
cousin bella,
la nueva,
pearson lemma,
dare devil,
mousquetaire cuff,
shared edges

4 syllables:
percent ethyl,
recent epoch,
percent tariffs,
recent genera,
twenty naira,
alain delon,
accept hegel,
detect edges,
geta bera,
object edges,
perfect arena,
perfect heaven,
possess merit,
project headed,
que sera sera,
affect serum,
agent began,
agent level,
center arena,
content began,
content level,
content tended,
depressed serum,
enter heaven,
enter mecca,
excess serum,
henry aaron,
percent began,
percent ended,
percent level,
percent tested,
prevent metal,
prevent tension,
recent epochs,
recent level,
recent session,
recent texas,
escuela nueva,
except allah,
urban arena,
content therewith,
lemon tea,
mezzo della,
quella della,
quelli della,
quello della,
recent careful,
twenty genera

5 syllables:
reverend aaron,
progressive era,
cappella della,
concetto della,
effetti della,
effetto della

6 syllables:
fenomeno della,
presidente della,
donatella della

Some other possibilities:

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