Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with metewand:

2 syllables:
debt and,
dressed and,
met and,
net and,
set and,
set hand,
stressed and,
sweat and,
threat and,
wet and,
yet and,
bread and,
dead and,
dead hand,
dread and,
head and,
lead and,
spread and,
thread and,
air and,
bare and,
bear and,
beck and,
bell and,
blair and,
bless and,
breath and,
breathe and,
care and,
cell and,
chair and,
check and,
czech and,
deaf and,
death and,
deck and,
deck hand,
ebb and,
edge and,
egg and,
eve and,
fair and,
fare and,
fell and,
flesh and,
fresh and,
hair and,
hare and,
heath and,
hell and,
mess and,
neck and,
pair and,
press and,
rare and,
routledge and,
sec and,
sell and,
share and,
shell and,
sketch and,
smell and,
step and,
stretch and,
swell and,
tell and,
them and,
ware and,
wear and,
web and,
webb and,
well and,
where and,
belt and,
bent and,
best and

3 syllables:
addressed and,
gazette and,
regret and,
upset and,
ahead and,
access and,
assess and,
aware and,
excess and,
express and,
hotel and,
possess and,
progress and,
repair and,
success and,
unfair and,
accept and,
affect and,
agent and,
arrest and,
assessed and,
assets and,
better and

4 syllables:
cigarette and

Some other possibilities:

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