Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with recipient:

3 syllables:
thick client,
paris peasant,
swiss peasant,
bring egypt,
in egypt,
quickly hushed,
with egypt,
billy durant,
bring events,
click events,
firing events,
his client,
litchi nut,
parish priest,
prince eegent,
smith ian,
thin client,
this client,
which events,
with events,
ii on,
swiss peasants

4 syllables:
guinea might,
syria might,
tibia about,
billy about,
ditty about,
fishy about,
giddy about,
jimmy about,
leery about,
lydia thought,
lydia white,
period at,
period eight,
period it,
period ought,
picky about,
piteous sight,
silly about,
sniffy about,
sticky about,
syria about,
tricky about,
trivia about,
until egypt,
willie about,
witty about,
adding events,
arousing events,
career events,
gideon thought,
gillian thought,
indian night,
lillian thought,
period not,
qu'il vient,
syrian heights,
trivial knot,
until events,
witty account,
growing peasant,
jewish peasant

5 syllables:
meridian height,
olympian height,
criteria might,
nigeria might,
virginia might,
criteria about,
criteria that,
material at,
material light,
material ought,
nigeria about,
olivia thought,
virginia about,
virginia light,
virginia thought,
virginia white,
virginia wright,
virginia wrote,
brazilian thought,
criteria ought,
criterion might,
criterion that,
experience at,
experience it,
experience ought,
experience sought,
meridian light,
virginia point,
olympian heights

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