Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with marlite:

2 syllables:
square light,
block light,
cause light,
charm might,
drop light,
far sight,
fog light,
from light,
garage light,
not light,
spot light,
square fight,
square might,
square white,
stop light,
top light,
dark light,
far right,
hard light,
harsh light,
heart light,
large light,
sharp light,
sparse light,
square right,
stark light,
stars light,
block might,
block right,
block write,
bomb sight,
both right,
both white,
cause might,
cause right,
cause white,
clock might,
clock right,
cock fight,
dog fight,
donne might,
flock might,
from right,
from sight,
from site,
from white,
god might,
hot site,
john white,
locke might,
locked tight,
lodge might,
lodge night,
not bite,
not fight,
not right,
not white,
not write,
prof. wright,
scotch rite,
scott might,
shock might,
shop right,
stock might,
stock right,
tom knight,
top right,
watch might,
watch right,
for light,
or light,
your light,
bar line,
barge right,
block height,
blocks light

3 syllables:
alarm might,
alarm light,
bourgeois right,
anon right,
awake night,
hablot knight,
horace might,
horace white,
madame knight,
passage might,
passage right,
synod might,
before light,
apart might,
apart right,
awful height,
awful light,
bizarre sight

4 syllables:
another light

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