Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stiletto:

3 syllables:
limit to,
minute to,
spirit to,
spirit who,
ticket to,
visit to,
philip to,
given no,
in a row,
ina jo,
bidden to,
bridges to,
cited to,
civil to,
device to,
digit whole,
finite whole,
fitted to,
given to,
hill above,
image to,
input to,
it unto,
kiss up to,
kitchen to,
little to,
little toe,
middle to,
mission to,
pigeon toe,
prison to,
risen to,
skill alone,
spirit whose,
spirits who,
still above,
still alone,
still below,
striven to,
switches to,
vision to,
william o.,
wishes to,
written to,
billion to,
build up to,
illness to,
islam to,
million to,
philip towle,
william to

4 syllables:
exhibit to,
official who,
addition to,
adherent to,
admission to,
admitted to,
ambition to,
ambitious to,
commission to,
committed to,
condition to,
decision to,
division to,
forbidden to,
macmillan co.,
manila alone,
manila rope,
official to,
omission to,
omitted to,
origin to,
permission to,
permitted to,
petition to,
precision to,
provision to,
religion to,
submission to,
submitted to,
sufficient to,
tradition to,
transition to,
transmission to,
transmitted to,
until above,
militia to

5 syllables:
admonition to,
algorithm to,
cecilia beaux,
criteria to,
definition to,
expedition to,
proposition to,
virginia to,
ability to,
ability whose,
facility to,
facility whose

6 syllables:
capability to

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