Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with decimate:

3 syllables:
lesson eight,
began eight,
session eight,
seven eight,
messiah might,
question eight,
press debate,
tested eight,
vessel weight,
arena might,
serum might,
vessel height,
death awaits,
death estate,
devil hates,
ferrous state,
fresh debate,
metal weight,
share estate,
special weight,
lesson might,
stresses might,
vessel might,
lesson based,
blessed estate,
dress debate,
guesses based,
restless state,
stresses based,
stresses faced,
tense debate,
testis weight,
vessel shaped,
bearing eight,
getting eight,
given eight,
seven night,
stephen knight,
woman eight,
written eight,
beta site,
famous eight,
level height,
level light,
little late,
mega byte,
metal light,
middle eight,
pedal height,
special light,
still await,
there await,
benson mates,
stephen hayes

4 syllables:
possesses eight,
arrested eight,
suggested eight,
dilemma might,
vienna might,
regression weight,
attended eight,
collected eight,
developed eight,
dilemma faced,
elected eight,
qu'elle avait,
selected eight,
topeka state,
vienna state,
whereas eight,
excesses might,
successes might,
complex debate,
defense debate,
excess female,
lesser estate,
progress updates,
successful weight,
suggested dates,
helena wright,
specimen weight

5 syllables:
butacaine sulfate

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