Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deplumate:

2 syllables:
choose eight,
due date,
slew rate,
too late,
you wait,
room rate,
soul mate,
you hate,
groom might,
plume height,
you might,
moon gate,
new made,
spoon bait,
you made,
blue plate,
blue state,
due dates,
flue plate,
fruit weight,
loose state,
loose weight,
moved eight,
new state,
screw plate,
shoot weight,
soup plate,
stool weight,
thou wast,
true state,
you make,
you state,
choose mates,
fools mate,
school mates,
soul mates,
too may,
view may,
you may,
blue light,
blue white,
few white,
loose sight,
new light,
new right,
new site,
shoot height,
threw light,
too light,
too right,
too tight,
tooth height,
true light,
you fight,
you right,
you write,
food aid,
kool aid,
new laid,
new name,
soon have,
spoon nail,
true name,
you name,
you paid,
you said,
blue gage,
blue jays

3 syllables:
produce eight,
reviewed eight,
undue weight,
bedroom might,
costume might,
review might,
doing eight,
acute weight,
excuse haste,
produce state,
produce weight,
produced eight,
reduce state,
reduce weight,
review based,
review dates,
review state,
sioux state,
study eight,
super eight,
undue waste,
assume state,
assumed weight,
tumor weight,
undue haste,
volume eight,
review write

4 syllables:
ensuing eight,
absolute weight,
absolute height,
absolute age

Some other possibilities:

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