Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with respite:

2 syllables:
breast height,
chest height,
chest tight,
crest height,
guess might,
guess right,
press might,
press night,
press right,
pressed tight,
air tight,
bench height,
blair might,
bread might,
bread right,
bread white,
breath might,
breath right,
breathe right,
chair might,
check might,
check right,
check write,
claire might,
clare might,
dead white,
death fight,
death light,
death might,
death right,
deck light,
dread night,
dressed right,
dressed white,
egg mite,
egg white,
fence height,
flare light,
flesh might,
flesh white,
fresh light,
fresh night,
fresh white,
glenn wright,
head light,
hell kite,
ledge light,
pressure height,
pressure right,
set right,
share might,
shelf height,
shell might,
shell right,
shell white,
sketch might,
smell might,
smell right,
spell might,
spread light,
spread might,
spread right,
spread white,
stretch right,
stretch tight,
stretched tight,
terre cuite,
them right,
thread might,
thread tight,
threat might,
web site,
well might,
where light,
where might,
where night

3 syllables:
access might,
access right,
empress might,
excess light,
excess might,
express right,
progress might,
progress right,
success might,
success right,
ahead might,
ahead right,
hotel might,
hotel night,
hotel right,
janet might,
object height,
perfect height,
reflex sight,
repair might,
solemn night,
unfair fight,
upset right

4 syllables:
cigarette right

Some other possibilities:

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See respite used in context: 2 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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