Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trecento:

3 syllables:
present to,
lesson to,
present no,
present one,
present two,
present whose,
blessing to,
pleasant to,
air into,
began to,
begin to,
check into,
death into,
fell into,
head into,
heaven to,
lead into,
session to,
set into,
seven to,
spread into,
step into,
tenant to,
them into,
them unto,
threaten to,
vessel to,
well into,
farewell to,
neglect to,
stare mesto,
webbed toes,
welfare to,
checks into,
gets into,
lessons to,
pressed into,
question to,
steps into,
thence into,
west into,
present homes,
present hopes,
present known,
present shows,
present those,
presents no,
presents to,
elsewhere to,
press echoed,
rest harrow,
checking to,
daring to,
getting to,
heading to,
heaving to,
leading to,
reading to,
selling to,
setting to,
spreading to,
devil to,
edges to,
headed to,
his elbow,
lead up to,
level to,
marriage to,
metal to,
pledges to

4 syllables:
professing to,
unpleasant to,
accession to,
concession to,
confession to,
depression to,
expression to,
possession to,
professes to,
profession to,
progresses to,
progression to,
regression to,
succession to,
transparent to,
assessment to,
messenger to,
suggestion to,
element to,
eleven to,
janet reno,
preparing to,
refreshing to,
conceded to,
develop to,
developed to,
endemic to,
possesses no

5 syllables:
convalescent home,
professor henslow

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