Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with setose:

2 syllables:
sweet hopes,
wheat toast,
fleet whose,
my toes,
sheet whose,
street whose,
bleak coast,
by post,
dewey notes,
feel oats,
greek coast,
green notes,
key tone,
meet one,
my folks,
my notes,
my post,
pious hopes,
see notes,
see post,
sweet home,
these hopes,
three boats,
three coats,
three goats,
three notes,
three popes,
three votes,
tree toad,
beat to,
beauty to,
been toast,
by to,
cheese toast,
cream toast,
cry to,
die to,
dry to,
fee to,
feet to,
flee to,
fleet boats,
fleet to,
free to,
heat to,
jury to,
key to,
knee to,
least hopes,
lee to,
leite lopes,
lie to,
meat to,
meet to,
my hopes,
nietzsche notes,
roughly to,
seat post,
seat to,
see to,
sheet to,
ski tow,
sky to,
street to,
surely to,
sweet notes,
sweet to,
thee to,
they to,
three to,
tie to,
tree to,
try to,
vi to,
wheat to,
breed whose,
by choice,
by voice,
creed whose

3 syllables:
athlete whose,
adélie coast,
complete one,
complete whole,
conceive hopes,
concrete whole,
ego is,
entry notes,
expressly notes,
receive votes,
repeat whole,
agree to,
complete notes,
concrete to,
decree to,
degree to,
entry to,
expressly to,
repeat to,
retreat to,
ev'ry voice

Some other possibilities:

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