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I know there's self-leveling mortar--fairly runny stuff that dries hard quickly--for use as underlayment for tiling jobs. Would probably work. E.g.,

But I'd probably go with trying to find some tile, either a very close match or perhaps a contrasting color or style. Some years ago, a friend of mine who is an interior designer faced a similar problem. He ended up carefully removing some of the old tiles in a semi-random pattern, used them to replicate the pattern in the untiled space, and then filled the holes with nice contrasting tiles.
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