Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dispatched:

2 syllables:
his past,
is matched,
is packed,
is passed,
is past,
paris passed,
this past,
is backed,
being matched,
being packed,
being passed,
bill passed,
chicks hatched,
chill passed,
click paste,
fish paste,
his last,
his vast,
ill matched,
in past,
is cast,
is fast,
is mapped,
is vast,
is wrapped,
it passed,
it past,
limbs ached,
shrimp paste,
smith passed,
spring passed,
stiff paste,
still packed,
still passed,
string passed,
there passed,
thick paste,
thing passed,
this fact,
this last,
this vast,
thrill passed,
tick past,
were matched,
were packed,
were passed,
were past,
which passed,
with past,
being hatched,
chick hatched,
christ at,
christ passed,
his act,
his pants,
his that,
is apt,
is that,
is what,
its past,
list at,
paris that,
piss ant,
piss pants,
pit pat,
prince passed,
ships passed,
since passed,
still ached,
this act,
this plant,
this that,
this what,
ticks past,
being backed,
being dashed,
chip at,
his hat,
is at,
paris at,
ship at,
stiff backed,
thick dashed,
this at,
tip hat,
being cast,
being mapped,
being tapped,
being wrapped,
did last,
drill shaft,
here last,
him last,
in fact,
in last,
in the act


3 syllables:
olive paste,
assist at,
exist at,
dispatch boat


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See dispatched used in context: 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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