Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with teleost:

2 syllables:
fell short,
press sought,
sell short,
telle sorte,
belle thought,
well thought,
still haunt,
them most,
web host,
air port,
breath short,
cette sorte,
claire walked,
clare short,
death haunts,
hair salt,
mette hjort,
sell offs,
setae short,
venae portae,
where court,
where short,
belle asked,
breathe last,
cell at,
elle est,
fell at,
fell out,
hell out,
sell at,
sell out,
shell out,
shell passed,
smell out,
spell out,
well at,
well out,
well past,
yell at,
yell out,
air frost,
bell of,
blair thought,
breath caught,
brett thought,
cell of,
cell or,
claire thought,
clare thought,
death caught,
death forced,
death taught,
dread nought,
fell off,
fresh caught,
fresh thought,
health court,
held court,
hell of,
helm port,
knell of,
press launched,
press thought,
sell all,
sell off,
sell or,
sells short,
shell of,
shell or,
smell of,
spell of,
swell of,
tell all,
tell of,
tell off

3 syllables:
michelle walked,
michelle thought,
assess short,
assez forte,
complex salt,
excess salts,
janet walked,
possess short,
subject talked,
hotel at,
michelle asked,
content taught,
defense sought,
delhi court,
della corte,
della morte,
express thought,
fellow walked,
hotel or,
janet thought,
kelly walked,
subject taught

4 syllables:
gabrielle thought,
gabrielle asked,
on the edge of seat

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