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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vinaigrette:

7 letters:
age set,
day net,
may set,
may yet,
may get


8 letters:
have met,
have set,
have yet,
nail set,
same set,
may rest,
pay rent


9 letters:
stake net,
glade net,
trail net,
train set,
play debt,
make felt,
days went,
gave best,
have felt,
have kept,
have left,
have lent,
have sent,
made felt,
same test


10 letters:
trade debt,
brake test,
flame test,
have dealt,
male chest,
space left,
stage left,
stay fresh,
taste test,
have crept,
nape crest,
wave crest,
always set


11 letters:
eighth rest,
draize test,
eight guest,
flail chest,
hague where,
place smelt,
plain chest,
plane wreck,
plays dealt,
scale theft,
space swept,
stale sweat,
state debts,
state guest,
train wreck,
weight belt,
craig wrote,
vague right,
train crept,
vague dread,
always best,
always felt,
always kept,
always left,
always went,
malay press,
torpedo net


12 letters:
vague threat,
grave threat,
breaks sweat,
have checked,
have guessed,
prague where,
craig wright,
always dealt,
create debts,
estate debts,
female chest,
female guest,
female scent,
obtain chest,
retail theft


13 letters:
stage dressed,
vague threats,
bride dressed,
grace stepped,
place stepped,
concave chest,
cascade crest


14 letters:
always dressed,
always checked,
campaign chest,
campaign debts,
remains etched,
always pressed


15 letters:
remained etched,
japanese threat


16 letters:
confiscate debts


Some other possibilities:

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