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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with granita:

3 syllables:
many a,
amy tan,
hamm mia,
grass eaten,
had eaten,
many can,
many men,
many non,
many such,
many young,
nanny cam,
snap pea,
than even,
many an,
many as,
many on,
many u.s.,
carried an,
carried as,
carried on,
carried up,
carried us,
shang china,
t'ang china,
at even,
at pisa,
atty. gen,
atty gen,
batty man,
black eagle,
brass eagle,
carries an,
carries on,
carries us,
cathy young,
daddy was,
flashy young,
ghatti gum,
grassy knoll,
had even,
happy gas,
happy man,
happy when,
happy young,
harry was,
harry young,
sally lunn,
scrap pieces,
shabby young,
stag evil,
that china,
that even,
that evil,
valley was,
class needed,
fancied up,
glass needle,
grass needed,
had needed,
latch needle,
staff needed,
that needed,
and china,
and even,
and evil,
annie loved,
annie zaenen,
at sea,
badly eaten,
bandy leg,
black beetle,
black pea,
black sea,
candy man,
catchy tunes,
fancy man,
fanny blood,
fatty tumour

4 syllables:
japan needed,
japan china,
as many as,
attack china,
bombax ceiba,
harry keogh,
really can,
really come,
really get,
really judge,
really love,
really was,
really young,
unhappy man,
unhappy young,
compass needle,
gamma theta,
annie allen,
branchial a,
enhance china,
fanny allen

5 syllables:
phonograph needle

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