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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with floodgate:

2 syllables:
flood gates,
but wait,
can wait,
chief mate,
chief weight,
def rate,
man date,
much weight,
run rate,
some weight,
stress state,
such date,
tongue weight,
truck weight,
up late,
was late,
blood caked,
front gate,
get the gate,
pet hate,
struck eight,
blood raced,
blood state,
chief gates,
flux gate,
has eight,
judge haight,
love hate,
some eight,
was eight,
blood might,
blood right,
blood white,
dead weight,
flood light,
flood might,
hell gate,
lead weight,
lich gate,
this gate,
but gave,
butt naked,
butt plate,
butte state,
chief trait,
get naked,
just wait,
must wait,
throughput rates,
bhopal state,
blood drain,
blood phase,
blood rain,
bourbon state,
brush paint


3 syllables:
added weight,
added eight,
ended eight,
as sure as fate,
extra freight,
extra plate,
extra state,
office state,
unless state,
unsprung weight,
added based,
added state,
added weights,
begun eight,
extra weight,
fluid weight,
office eight,
sluice gate,
studied eight,
extra eight,
sea gate,
added light,
added right,
added white,
ended right,
adult weight,
asset based,
greater rate,
greater weight,
product weight,
acid base,
acid rain,
added chain,
advice based,
afghan state,
alum slate,
arise based,
arousal state,
become faint,
become state


4 syllables:
accurate weight


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