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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ricotta:

3 syllables:
click open,
stick one on,
thick opaque,
being coated,
is coated,
still loaded,
being open,
his open,
his social,
in open,
is open,
is social,
it open,
split open,
still open,
swiss social,
this open,
this social,
were open,
which open,
widow was,
will open,
with open,
zero sum,
zero when,
is coded,
were coded,
being noted,
being voted,
bring total,
click local,
his notice,
his total,
in total,
into ten,
is noted,
is total,
it noted,
king cobra,
paris hotels,
parish voted,
print total,
quick motion,
smith noted,
strip hotels,
swiss hotels,
there noted,
there voted,
thick woven,
this notice,
this total,
were noted,
which notice,
which total,
will notice,
with notice,
with total,
year total,
zero as,
terra nova,
being quoted,
fixed total,
hiring quotas,
in coastal,
is quoted,
its quota,
mixed total,
smith quoted,
still quoted,
strict quota,
there quoted,
were quoted

4 syllables:
predict total,
resin coated,
until coated,
appear opaque,
ramiro guerra,
until local,
until opaque,
career coaches,
career total,
chusik hoesa,
clear notice,
francisco guerra,
jusik hoesa,
olive oatman,
resist total,
until notice,
until total,
basic quota,
jewish quota

5 syllables:
francisco goya

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