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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with peseta:

3 syllables:
bless heaven,
press edges,
this era,
bare headed,
belle epoque,
beneath an,
beneath us,
cette epoque,
share edges,
where heaven,
where hegel,
delle citta,
present an,
present as,
present on,
present us,
bare metal,
bell metal,
blessed heaven,
check serum,
dead nettle,
death metal,
death seven,
dense hedges,
et caetera,
fresh metal,
fresh semen,
fresh serum,
hedge nettle,
press began,
press herald,
press section,
share rental,
shell session,
stressed metal,
where metal,
where seven,
u.s. epa,
la mesa,
para la,
pip emma,
retin a,
stephen a.,
terra bella,
where russia,
cells settle,
dense metal,
helps settle,
pressed metal

4 syllables:
access setup,
express setup,
access session,
excess serum,
possess seven,
address setup,
excess metal,
felis eyra,
office setup,
success ended,
access level,
access section,
access special,
assess level,
carreg cennen,
complex arena,
convex edges,
express began,
express special,
hotel cecil,
possess merit,
possess special,
progress began,
que sera sera,
success began,
success level,
tea kettle,
assess mental,
better settle,
complex metal,
express mental,
never settle,
perfect setup,
possess mental,
project setup,
select setup,
success rested

5 syllables:
professor aaron,
professor ellen,
professor haeckel,
professor herron,
progressive era,
primary septa,
professor elton

6 syllables:
cololabis saira

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