Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mincemeat:

7 letters:
in feet,
in heat

8 letters:
its feet,
six feet,
did meet,
his feet,
in wheat,
is sweet,
its heat,
its seat,
pin teat,
his seat,
is meant,
since my,
in speed,
big beat,
in sleep

9 letters:
his sweet,
this feat,
vis vitae,
will meet,
with meat,
pigs feet,
this heat,
his fleet,
ill treat,
wing beat

10 letters:
with sweet,
thin sheet,
this sheet,
this sweet,
which meet,
this meant,
will treat,
ducks meat,
crib sheet

11 letters:
since wheat,
tinned meat,
minced meat,
bring sweet,
print sheet,
still sweet,
thick sweet,
ships meant,
paris meant,
think sheet,
drift sheet,
sized sheet,
still treat,
this street,
which treat,
bring wheat,
drink sweet,
king street,
lives meant,
since speed,
years meant,
diced sweet,
fitch sheet

12 letters:
tinned sheet,
tinned meats,
since ceased,
bliss street,
milled wheat,
paris street,
things meant,
spring wheat,
swing street,
things sweet,
brick street,
christ meant,
christ meets,
cliff street,
fierce beast,
frith street,
gipps street,
hicks street,
elgin street,
bitter sweet

13 letters:
prince street,
since reached,
routing sheet,
spring street,
string street,
bridge street,
fierce street,
grilled meats,
berlin street,
expense sheet,
growing sweet,
berlin speech

14 letters:
prince reached,
conflict meant,
convince these

15 letters:
since nietzsche

Some other possibilities:

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

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