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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mincemeat:

2 syllables:
since nietzsche,
since wheat,
tinned meat,
minced meat,
bring sweet,
its feet,
print sheet,
six feet,
still sweet,
thick sweet,
tinned sheet,
with sweet,
did meet,
his feet,
his sweet,
in feet,
in wheat,
is sweet,
its heat,
its seat,
pin teat,
prince reached,
prince street,
ships meant,
since reached,
thin sheet,
this feat,
this sheet,
this sweet,
tinned meats,
vis vitae,
which meet,
will meet,
with meat,
his seat,
in heat,
is meant,
paris meant,
pigs feet,
since ceased,
since my,
think sheet,
this heat,
this meant,
bliss street,
drift sheet,
his fleet,
ill treat,
milled wheat,
paris street,
sized sheet,
still treat,
this street,
which treat,
will treat,
ducks meat,
things meant,
bring wheat,
drink sweet,
in speed,
king street,
lives meant,
routing sheet,
since speed,
spring street,
spring wheat,
string street,
swing street,
things sweet,
wing beat,
years meant,
big beat,
brick street,
bridge street,
christ meant,
christ meets,
cliff street,
crib sheet,
diced sweet,
fierce beast,
fierce street,
fitch sheet,
frith street,
gipps street,
grilled meats,
hicks street,
in sleep


3 syllables:
berlin street,
elgin street,
expense sheet,
growing sweet,
berlin speech,
bitter sweet,
conflict meant,
convince these


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See mincemeat used in context: 4 rhymes, several books and articles.

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