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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lunch meat:

2 syllables:
can meet,
can treat,
front seat,
front sheet,
must meet,
toulon fleet,
can beat,
front meant,
ten feet,
cam cleat,
can eat,
jump seat,
much heat,
crushed wheat,
douglas street,
dust sheet,
dutch fleet,
dutch treat,
hulled wheat,
judge sweet,
judge treat,
must treat,
puffed wheat,
pulse beat,
thrust sheet,
truck fleet,
was sweet,
bench seat,
french wheat,
young nietzsche,
drum beat,
young wheat,
bourbon street,
buck wheat,
chief wheat,
club feet,
front reached,
front seats,
love feat,
love seat,
must eat,
pearson street,
saigon street,
sliced meats,
spiced meats,
sprouted wheat,
trust meets,
up beat,
which meet,
blood heat,
blood meant,
can mean,
funds meant,
gas heat,
has meant,
parents meant,
then reached,
was meant,
since nietzsche


3 syllables:
on ones feet,
ireland meant,
become sweet,
added treat,
alice street,
office street,
result sheet,
excel sheet,
opaque sheet,
orange sweet,
accents sweet,
albion street,
conduct meets,
current sheet,
eccleston street,
extra sweet,
extra treat,
honey sweet,
ireland reached,
product meant,
product meets,
result meant,
thunder sheet,
under feet,
under wheat,
urban street,
cotton sheet,
extra sheet,
be run off feet,
client meets,
culture meant,
culture meets,
die on feet,
mature wheat,
office meant,
science meant,
science meets,
structure meant,
structure meets,
urban seats


4 syllables:
agency ought


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