Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with legatee:

6 letters:
para i

7 letters:
ecap ii

8 letters:
began by,
began my,
beset by,
exit fee,
tea tree,
level by,
tel abib,
carol ii,
darius i,
level ii

9 letters:
gegen die,
clement i,
credit by,
headed by,
pecan pie,
emma peel,
heaven by,
helm alee,
lemon pie,
yet fully

10 letters:
them money,
section i.,
beta sheet,
dead money,
head money,
metal leaf,
them fully,
pecan tree,
abetted by,
clement ii

11 letters:
fresh honey,
freda utley,
check money,
arena three,
della pieve,
della reale,
della reese,
feta cheese,
fresh money,
press money,
share fully,
share money,
shell money,
smell funny,
smell money,
spare money,
where money,
gegen diese,
began these,
began three,
beset these,
marcellus i,
conceded by,
general lee,
began early

12 letters:
belle helene,
fresh appeal,
jedoch keine,
pledge money,
special lien,
stared dully,
where relief,
check safety,
begged money,
credit these,
i tell a lie,
assess fully,
excess money,
yellow honey,
kamehameha i,
marcellus ii,
vienna early

13 letters:
baeck college,
breathe fully,
special leave,
stephen neale,
stephen neill,
began roughly,
credit league,
assess safety,
collect honey,
aggression by,
excess supply,
express fully,
express money,
expression by,
heather honey,
possess fully,
possess money,
possession by,
success fully

14 letters:
red-lead putty,
red lead putty,
address safety

15 letters:
addressed fully,
cigarette money,
gabriella zarri

16 letters:
kamehameha early

Some other possibilities:

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