Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with frittata:

3 syllables:
his data,
in data,
this data,
which data,
with data,
its data,
split rattan,
big mama,
in java,
singh thapa,
split model,
thick dotted,
christ often,
cliff cottage,
ditch bottom,
guilt often,
his latin,
ill gotten,
in latin,
in santa,
intron a,
it causes,
it loses,
pig latin,
print often,
shift often,
split ramus,
swiss cottage,
thick bottom,
touching bottom,
with latin,
brick cottage,
built cottage,
chris started,
dish towel,
flint cottage,
flint hearted,
fritz hartung,
is started,
it often,
it wanted,
its bottom,
paris santa,
thick strata,
thick towel,
paired data,
some data,
such data,
when data,
singh tohra,
bridge model,
chris nodded,
crick model,
dear madam,
deere model,
dined often,
his model,
in model,
it started,
kyd thomas,
mitch nodded,
paris model,
pierre nodded,
routing model,
shear model,
sheer drama,
singh badal,
singh dogra,
skill model,
smith model,
smith nodded,
sphere model,
spring model,
stick model,
string model,
strip model,
swiss model,
switch model,
thirring model,
this drama,
this model,
toulmin model,
which model

4 syllables:
otis tarda,
pitta dosha,
their data,
conflict often,
consist often,
exist often,
until bottom,
until pasta,
little latin,
abdul fattah,
subgrid model,
appeared often,
career model,
obliged often

5 syllables:
committee often

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