Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with staccato:

2 syllables:
act to,
back to,
black to,
de facto,
fact to,
jack to,
track to,
tract to,
x acto,
backs to,
blacks to,
takes to,
tax to,
taxed to,
tracks to

3 syllables:
back onto,
staff follow,
atom to,
hahn, otto,
hahn otto,
hang onto,
latch onto,
map onto,
palace to,
black arrow,
dragon whose,
class arose,
gran chaco,
laugh followed,
palace whose,
shall borrow,
shall follow,
shall oppose,
staff followed,
that arose,
that follow,
attack to,
contact to,
lock onto,
packet to,
react to,
atoms to,
black sparrow,
that plato,
track followed,
track follows,
broad hollow,
half ago,
hour ago,
shall allow,
shall hallow,
small hollow,
square hollow,
that allow,
alcott wrote

4 syllables:
attack cargo,
grassy hollow,
happy hollow,
rather hollow,
shallow hollow,
attack followed,
attack follows,
attacks follow,
combat cargo

5 syllables:
shakai hosho

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