Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ricotta:

7 letters:
in open,
is open,
it open,
zero as

8 letters:
his open,
zero sum,
is coded,
in total,
into ten,
is noted,
is total,
it noted

9 letters:
is coated,
is social,
this open,
were open,
widow was,
will open,
with open,
zero when,
his total,
is quoted,
its quota

10 letters:
click open,
being open,
his social,
split open,
still open,
which open,
were coded,
his notice,
king cobra,
this total,
were noted,
with total,
year total,
terra nova,
in coastal

11 letters:
this social,
being noted,
being voted,
bring total,
click local,
print total,
smith noted,
there noted,
there voted,
thick woven,
this notice,
which total,
will notice,
with notice,
fixed total,
mixed total,
were quoted,
until local,
jusik hoesa,
until total,
basic quota

12 letters:
stick one on,
thick opaque,
being coated,
still loaded,
swiss social,
paris hotels,
parish voted,
quick motion,
strip hotels,
swiss hotels,
which notice,
being quoted,
smith quoted,
still quoted,
strict quota,
there quoted,
resin coated,
until coated,
until opaque,
career total,
chusik hoesa,
clear notice,
olive oatman,
resist total,
until notice,
jewish quota

13 letters:
hiring quotas,
predict total,
appear opaque,
ramiro guerra

14 letters:
career coaches,
francisco goya

16 letters:
francisco guerra

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