Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with readmitted:

3 syllables:
fleet fitted,
beef witted,
been cited,
been fitted,
keen witted,
piece fitted,
speech cited,
wheel fitted,
seemed fitted,
least fitted,
been lifted,
been listed,
been shifted,
breeze lifted,
breeze shifted,
cheap printed,
green tinted,
least hinted,
means fitted,
scene shifted,
seemed rigid,
seemed timid,
seems fitted,
teeth gritted,
wheels fitted,
breeze drifted,
needs listed,
roughly divides,
see ibid,
seemed lifted,
they lifted,
fleet footed,
brief minute,
creek middle,
each minute,
greek middle,
neat little,
reach middle,
roughly tripled,
speed limit,
street little,
street mileage,
street mission,
sweet little,
sweet pickled,
teach middle,
teeth nibbled,
these middle,
these minute

4 syllables:
areas cited,
machine fitted,
expressly cited,
ideally fitted,
ready fitted,
ready witted,
agreed minute,
areas listed,
entries listed,
freely cited,
ideas listed,
theory fitted,
entry listed,
expressly listed,
leaders cited,
speeding ahead,
steaming ahead,
achieve middle,
agreed limit,
chinese middle,
complete little,
complete written,
obese middle

5 syllables:
already cited,
already fitted,
already lifted,
already listed,
already quitted,
already shifted,
proceeding ahead,
already hinted

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