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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lapilli:

6 letters:
mac ii,
act ii,
and ii,
at any


7 letters:
basel i,
abbas i,
add any,
boris i,
had any


8 letters:
we apply,
class ii,
basis by,
back any,
lack any,
pass any,
than any,
that any,
what any,
ramis ii,
apple ii


9 letters:
cap a pie,
paschal i,
having by,
having my,
apple key,
apple pie,
shall any,
tonic key


10 letters:
jack kilby,
fang lizhi,
passing by,
hang heavy,
that heavy,
chapter ii


11 letters:
staff fully,
planning by,
hanging lie,
shall imply,
black hairy,
mack connie,
april these,
april three,
danny peary


12 letters:
graham billy,
class cities,
naseer aruri,
packing heat,
brandt willy,
class simply,
frank thilly,
stampe degli,
having early,
rather silly,
really silly


13 letters:
mapping these,
tapping reeve,
tapping these,
calling early,
falling early,
having highly,
having wholly,
massive early,
rather chilly,
classic early


14 letters:
gramme machine,
having roughly,
snapping teeth,
traffic league,
attack quickly,
falling wholly,
planning early


15 letters:
falling roughly


16 letters:
spanning roughly


17 letters:
romanae ecclesiae


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