Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lentigo:

3 syllables:
plenty to,
twenty to,
sentry go,
fealty to,
henry to,
any to,
deny to,
gently to,
henry o,
twenties whose,
twenty known,
twenty two,
any who,
twenty goats,
twenty one,
between now,
don diego,
fairly low,
merely to,
san diego,
stretch limo,
empty cow,
dairy cow,
demy 8vo,
friendly to,
carry no,
carry to,
dressed negro,
engine known,
engine to,
engine whose,
ferry to,
heavy to,
henley wrote,
henri lhote,
henry boehm,
henry chose,
henry knows,
henry showed,
henry shows,
henry thode,
henry wrote,
jelly shoe,
mary jo,
mary to,
where negro,
non ego,
kente cloth,
plenty could,
twenty could,
vendee globe,
any known,
any note,
any role,
any two,
bentley wrote,
betty wrote,
denied to

4 syllables:
majesty to,
century co.,
century to,
percent negro,
recent negro,
accessory shoe,
accessory to,
unfriendly to,
agencies to,
agencies whose,
charity to,
directly to,
enemies who,
enemy to,
energy to,
henry hadow,
library to,
mackenzie wrote,
majesty knows,
majesty showed,
majesty wrote,
perfectly to,
reni guido,
detente could,
accept negro,
anyone who,
century known,
century showed,
century shows,
century those,
century wrote,
density to,
detente should,
detente would,
enemy who

5 syllables:
century ago,
directory to,
fidelity to,
necessary to,
necessity to

6 syllables:
complementary to,
supplementary to

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