Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dialects:

2 syllables:
he selects

3 syllables:
crime affects,
flight effects,
light affects,
light effects,
night effects,
price affects,
price effects,
side effects,
slight effects,
style affects,
style effects,
trial tests,
rival sects,
bible helps,
cycle helps,
pilot tests,
bright objects,
child affects,
child effects,
cycle lengths,
cycle tests,
final tests,
light objects,
lived effects,
prime assets,
prime objects,
right objects,
slide objects,
slight defects,
style objects,
title rests,
title vests,
while objects,
white objects,
write objects,
bible texts,
bride elect,
child selects,
final checks,
final texts,
light reflects,
might elect,
price reflects,
slice select,
style reflects,
thine elect

4 syllables:
chiefly affects,
describe effects,
design affects,
design effects,
malign effects,
sublime effects,
surprise effects,
vinaya texts,
buyer selects,
dialect verse,
delay effects,
today affects,
survey collects,
acquire assets,
acquire objects,
align objects,
assign objects,
briefly assess,
chiefly affect,
combine objects,
combined defects,
combined effects,
define objects,
defined effects,
describe objects,
described effects,
design defects,
design objects,
dialect of,
divine objects,
drying effects,
favourite objects,
mighty effects,
minor effects,
provide objects,
rival elites,
sublime objects,
survival rests,
unlike objects,
wider effects,
cycle affects,
cycle effects,
decline reflects,
design reflects,
dialect notes,
final effects,
urine collects,
vital effects

5 syllables:
acquired defects,
desired effects,
entire assets,
designer selects,
survival effects

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