Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pimento:

2 syllables:
hymn to

3 syllables:
climb into,
him into,
intent to,
bring into,
his elbow,
in into,
pouring into,
spring into,
stiff elbow,
sting into,
bidden to,
bit into,
dig into,
dip into,
drill into,
fit into,
given to,
image to,
is into,
it into,
it unto,
kitchen to,
lit into,
mission to,
peer into,
pigeon toe,
pitch into,
present to,
prison to,
rip into,
risen to,
slid into,
slip into,
split into,
stick into,
stir into,
striven to,
this into,
trick into,
trip into,
vision to,
whip into,
written to,
string hello,
drill harrow,
himself who,
his hero,
paris metro,
quick hello,
climbed into,
climbs into,
limit to,
shipment to,
women to,
cinque cento,
in petto,
intend to,
spring meadow,
bringing to,
clinging to,
himself to,
impelled to,
singing to,
dipping toe,
fearing to,
finish to,
fitting to

4 syllables:
addition to,
adherent to,
admission to,
ambition to,
commission to,
condition to,
decision to,
division to,
forbidden to,
omission to,
origin to,
permission to,
petition to,
precision to,
provision to,
religion to,
submission to,
sufficient to,
tradition to,
transition to,
transmission to,
commitment to,
equipment to,
admitting to,
appearing to,
committing to,
diminished to

5 syllables:
admonition to,
definition to,
expedition to,
proposition to,
algorithm to

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