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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cat food:

2 syllables:
that freud,
staff viewed,
snack foods,
that moved,
that used,
what used,
fast foods,
gat toothed,
kraft foods,
packed foods,
plant foods,
that few,
what few,
not viewed,
fat lute,
had moved,
had ruled,
had used,
squad moved,
that suit,
at duke,
at noon,
at room,
black moods,
blacks viewed,
chat room,
class moved,
flat roof,
gag toothed,
gap toothed,
pat boone,
sprat loon,
staff moved,
that huge,
that jews,
that luke,
that move,
that news,
that room,
that rule,
that soon,
that soul,
that truth,
that use,
what news,
what use,
bought foods,
that feed,
thought freud,
throughout freud,
bland foods,
canned foods,
had few,
at kew,
at new,
at you,
craft moved,
flat hoop,
glass fused,
graham moved,
grant moved,
laugh boomed,
plant moved,
sprat mew,
that due,
that knew,
that new,
that proved,
that thou,
that true,
that you,
what new,
what thou,
what you,
crowd booed,
though crude,
though freud,
asked freud,
at too,
bad news,
black root


3 syllables:
latter viewed,
fatty foods,
combat boot,
attack moved,
japan moved,
matthew heard,
nature viewed,
about freud,
anna freud,
latter moved,
latter ruled,
laughter boomed,
matter moved,
value add,
value foods,
after freud,
although freud


4 syllables:
abraham moved,
really fooled


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