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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pleated:

6 letters:
by ten,
eat as,
eat on,
eat up,
by bid,
by mid,
by but,
by don,
hi def


7 letters:
beat on,
beat up,
dry ton,
feet as,
feet on,
feet up,
heat as,
heat on,
heat up,
meat on,
meet an,
meet as,
meet on,
meet up,
meet us,
qui tam,
seat as,
seat on,
my dead,
why did,
by good,
by wood,
my good,
die cut,
feed on,
feed up,
geed up,
sea mud,
sea had


8 letters:
seed bud,
by blood,
cheat on,
fee fund,
leaf bud,
my blood,
sheet as,
sheet on,
sweet as,
sweet on,
treat as,
treat us,
lie abed,
they did,
dry wood,
freed up,
area had,
idea had


9 letters:
meat head,
dry tonne,
my tongue,
sheet ice,
street as,
street on,
feed head,
read head,
beak head,
free good,
keep head,
they lead,
very good,
beach hut,
china had,
defeat on,
agreed as,
agreed on


10 letters:
dry rubbed,
they loved,
been tuned,
wheel stud,
beach head,
three good,
compete on


11 letters:
sweet blood,
treat blood,
by the head,
cheese head,
say hey kid,
complete an,
complete as,
beetle head


12 letters:
free tongued,
surely loved,
sweet tongue,
relief flood,
repeat blood,
machine head,
supreme head


13 letters:
breeze tugged


14 letters:
roughly shoved,
machine hummed,
complete blood


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