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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with betise:

2 syllables:
head lice,
met eyes,
set eyes,
air rights,
set time,
share rights,
where rights,
cell types,
et ai,
met eye,
net price,
set high,
shell types,
wet wipes,
air right,
bell lyre,
belle isle,
cell like,
cell line,
chair height,
chair right,
fair isle,
fell like,
share right,
shell height,
shell like,
shell lime,
smell like,
stare right,
them might,
where right,
armed threats,
debt is,
met his,
met us,
mtdna types,
net is,
set his,
set is,
set us,
sweat house,
threat is,
yet his,
yet is,
bread price,
bread slice,
dead eye,
dressed hides,
head high,
air tight,
air time,
bench vice,
best time,
best type,
breast height,
cell type,
check bytes,
check price,
chest height,
chest tight,
crest height,
crest tile,
dead time


3 syllables:
access sites,
access types,
agent types,
content types,
defect types,
janet price,
letter heights,
lnternet sites,
object types,
perfect types,
project types,
recent types,
request types,
select types,
subject types,
upset price,
addressed his,
asset types,
rosette assay,
gazette times,
access price,
access rights,
access time,
addressed while,
beggar lice,
beside his,
beside us,
buried his,
carol heiss,
complex sites,
connect time,
content type


4 syllables:
loretto heights,
cigarette case,
cigarette right,
cigarette while


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