Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adulterate:

3 syllables:
front turret,
gun turret,
culture but,
pulse circuit,
butter nut,
stair turret,
blood circuit,
blood current,
chief current,
culture as,
culture assay,
culture has,
culture on,
flood current,
must arise,
muster up,
some current,
structure but,
then current,
butter up,
clutter up,
color as,
color on,
color up,
colour as,
colour on,
other but,
pulse circuits,
pulse current,
putter on,
shunt circuit,
shunt current,
sulphur tuft,
under it,
color rushed,
colour rushed,
pulsed current,
sutter buttes,
under an,
under u.s.,
van der hum

4 syllables:
upper turret,
consult current,
theater heute,
become corrupt,
become current,
office current,
unless current,
adult arrest,
adjust current,
adult neural,
adult urban,
below current,
bluster about,
cluster about,
conduct current,
culture about,
extra current,
helen marot,
highest turret,
hunter about,
muster about,
neural circuit,
results arise,
ulcer diet,
vulgar about,
vulgar habit,
butter about,
collar about,
color about,
colour about,
dorsal turret,
final tercet,
flutter about,
greater asset,
mutter about,
putter about,
results permit,
triple turrets,
uncle ernest,
utter about

5 syllables:
admiral burnett,
conductor about

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See adulterate used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, 2 definitions

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