Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with developed:

2 syllables:
bare assed,
them must,
hell dust,
press dept.,
cette lutte,
health dept.,
sell up,
smell up,
swell up,
well but,
well get,
well put,
well up,
belle looked,
bread dipped,
elle est,
still hunt,
well loved,
air duct,
breath puffed,
breath rushed,
breath sucked,
care must,
check ups,
death must,
flare ups,
glenn shunt,
press ups,
set ups

3 syllables:
della notte,
nella notte,
smell a rat,
stella thought,
della parte,
nella parte,
quella parte,
tea pot,
hotel looked,
michelle looked,
mega byte,
meta bit,
arena might,
began at,
began eight,
began it,
beta sheet,
beta site,
credit at,
credit ought,
edit out,
edith thought,
era that,
gemma thought,
headed out,
jenna thought,
lesson eight,
level at,
level height,
level it,
level light,
level out,
meredith thought,
messiah might,
metal light,
netted out,
para nut,
pecan nut,
pedal height,
reckon it,
serum might,
session at,
session eight,
settle at,
settle it,
seven eight,
seven night

4 syllables:
develop at,
develop it,
pamela thought,
develop heart,
develop its,
develop light,
develop right,
develop that,
develop thought,
develop white,
gabrielle looked,
areca nut,
dilemma might,
dilemma that,
expresses it,
expression at,
expression ought,
helena thought,
helena wright,
mckenna thought,
possesses eight,
profession ought,
regretted it

5 syllables:
peritoneal shunt

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