Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with recipient:

5 letters:
ii on

8 letters:
in egypt

9 letters:
smith ian,
period at,
period it

10 letters:
with egypt,
his client,
litchi nut,
period not

11 letters:
bring egypt,
thin client,
this client,
with events,
syria might,
tibia about,
billy about,
ditty about,
fishy about,
giddy about,
jimmy about,
leery about,
lydia white,
picky about,
silly about,
syria about,
until egypt,
witty about,
qu'il vient,
material at

12 letters:
thick client,
billy durant,
bring events,
click events,
which events,
guinea might,
period eight,
period ought,
sniffy about,
sticky about,
tricky about,
trivia about,
willie about,
indian night,
trivial knot,
until events

13 letters:
paris peasant,
swiss peasant,
firing events,
parish priest,
prince eegent,
lydia thought,
piteous sight,
adding events,
career events,
witty account,
nigeria might,
criteria that,
nigeria about,
experience at,
experience it

14 letters:
quickly hushed,
swiss peasants,
gideon thought,
syrian heights,
jewish peasant,
criteria might,
virginia might,
criteria about,
material light,
material ought,
olivia thought,
virginia about,
virginia light,
virginia white,
virginia wrote,
criteria ought,
criterion that,
meridian light,
virginia point

15 letters:
arousing events,
gillian thought,
lillian thought,
growing peasant,
meridian height,
olympian height,
virginia wright,
criterion might

16 letters:
virginia thought,
experience ought,
olympian heights

17 letters:
brazilian thought,
experience sought

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