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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ethernet:

3 syllables:
feather nest,
never met,
better yet,
ever set,
ever yet,
never set,
never yet,
preferred debt,
feathers nest,
other set,
better dealt,
better dressed,
ever felt,
ever went,
heather bell,
leather chair,
lesser threat,
letter dealt,
letter sent,
measure dealt,
never checked,
never dealt,
never dressed,
never felt,
never gets,
never guessed,
never left,
never sent,
never went,
render set,
slender setae,
terror threat,
treasure chest,
weather deck,
weather where,
whether death,
mother knelt,
whether it,
whether nietzsche,
feather head,
leather head,
feather edge,
leather belts,
leather tents,
leather vests,
whether breast,
whether tests,
better fit,
better get,
ever get,
ever let,
ever put,
inner setae,
never get,
never let,
never put,
weather helped


4 syllables:
feather bonnet,
feather own nest,
together but,
erector set,
together share,
together where,
together night,
whether innate,
together spent,
trevor arnett,
weather affect,
weather effect,
weather event,
whether addressed,
whether assessed,
whether assets,
whether direct,
access circuit,
feathered bonnet,
feathered own nest,
feathering nest,
feathers own nest,
together helped


5 syllables:
professor jowett,
professor bennett,
professor burnet,
professor janet,
together affect


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