Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with legatee:

3 syllables:
fresh honey,
them money,
gegen die,
began by,
began my,
beset by,
clement i,
credit by,
freda utley,
para i,
red-lead putty,
red lead putty,
exit fee,
tea tree,
baeck college,
check money,
headed by,
pecan pie,
section i.,
arena three,
belle helene,
beta sheet,
breathe fully,
dead money,
della pieve,
della reale,
della reese,
emma peel,
feta cheese,
fresh appeal,
fresh money,
head money,
heaven by,
helm alee,
jedoch keine,
lemon pie,
level by,
metal leaf,
pledge money,
press money,
share fully,
share money,
shell money,
smell funny,
smell money,
spare money,
special leave,
special lien,
stared dully,
stephen neale,
stephen neill,
tel abib,
them fully,
where money,
where relief,
yet fully,
check safety,
gegen diese,
pecan tree,
began roughly,
began these,
began three,
begged money,
beset these,
credit league,
credit these

4 syllables:
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
assess safety,
abetted by,
collect honey,
conceded by,
ecap ii,
addressed fully,
aggression by,
assess fully,
carol ii,
darius i,
excess money,
excess supply,
express fully,
express money,
expression by,
general lee,
heather honey,
level ii,
possess fully,
possess money,
possession by,
success fully,
yellow honey,
address safety,
began early,
clement ii

5 syllables:
kamehameha i,
cigarette money,
marcellus ii,
vienna early

6 syllables:
gabriella zarri,
kamehameha early

Some other possibilities:

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