Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spectra:

2 syllables:
c'est la,
est la,
bread truck,
check twice,
checked twice,
ecf a,
et la,
et sa,
ex rel,
hecht ben,
rent a,
test run,
checked on,
et ah,
et ux,
neck ruff

3 syllables:
affect young,
defect was,
della terra,
direct sum,
effect but,
effect can,
effect such,
effect was,
effect when,
effects as,
effects on,
effects such,
excess stress,
expect much,
expect some,
expect such,
expect young,
express truck,
object but,
object can,
object touches,
object twice,
object was,
objects as,
objects on,
objects such,
perfect gas,
perfect judge,
perfect love,
perfect man,
perfect young,
project can,
project chief,
project was,
projects as,
projects on,
projects such,
protect young,
reflects an,
reflects on,
repair truck,
respect was,
respects as,
select young,
subject but,
subject can,
subject judge,
subject touches,
subject twice,
subject was,
subjects as,
subjects on,
subjects such,
affect on,
affect rural,
affect us,
complex stress,
connect up,
direct assay,
direct trust,
effect an,
effect as,
effect has,
effect on,
erect shrub,
erect trunk,
expect an,
expect us,
object as,
object has,
object on,
perfect as,
perfect trust,
project as,
project cirrus,
project grudge,
project has,
project on,
protect rural,
protect us,
reflect an,
reflect on,
respect as,
select an

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