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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with feted:

6 letters:
ate up,
aid as,
aid on,
aid us


7 letters:
date as,
date on,
fate as,
late as,
late on,
rate as,
rate on,
wait on,
wait up,
day did,
way did,
aid has,
bei den,
day but,
fade up,
laid on,
laid up,
made an,
made as,
made on,
made up,
made us,
may get,
may put,
paid an,
paid as,
paid on,
paid up,
pay cut,
raid on,
said an,
said as,
said on


8 letters:
date has,
fate has,
plate as,
plate on,
rate has,
state an,
state as,
state on,
tail bud,
lay dead,
may lead,
grade up,
said don,
stay put,
trade as,
away but


9 letters:
spray tan,
state has,
weight as,
weight on,
taste bud,
play dead,
base head,
gave head,
nail head,
rail head,
tape head,
played an,
played as,
played on,
played up,
stayed on,
stayed up,
trade has,
create an,
debate as,
debate on,
dilate on,
estate as,
estate on,
update on


10 letters:
straight a,
shake head,
snake head,
trail head,
debate has,
erase head,
decade has


11 letters:
freight ton,
plate assay,
straight as,
straight on,
straight up,
malay blood,
became head,
persuade us


12 letters:
female aedes,
dilate blood,
donate blood,
portrayed as,
predicate on


14 letters:
concentrate on


15 letters:
straight tongue


Some other possibilities:

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