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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mistake:

2 syllables:
piss take,
did take,
him take,
still take,
this lake,
this make,
which take,
will take,
his sake,
it take,
spit take,
did make,
film make,
in lake,
it make,
lich wake,
mill cake,
near lake,
pitch lake,
quick shake,
reindeer lake,
still make,
which make,
will make,
just take,
him make,
his naked,
his state,
his tail,
his tale,
its wake,
king hake,
miss. state,
paris makes,
paris stage,
swiss lakes,
swiss state,
this makes,
this stage,
this state,
this tale,
christ makes,
christ sakes,
christ spake,
his stay,
sheer strake,
can take,
his bike,
is like,
men take,
press cake,
them take,
then take,
thus make,
well take,
his days,
is vague,
sphere drake,
this date,
being naked,
bridge makes,
built eight,
chris chase,
fish flake,
fish tail,
fish tape,
flint age,
gift aid,
gill rakes,
grip tape,
his base,
his cane,
his case,
his face,
his faith,
his fame,
his fate,
his game,
his gaze,
his late,
his main,
his male,
his mate,
his name


3 syllables:
clear stake,
bigger stake,
crystal lake,
eclipse stakes,
growing stake,
appear naked,
career makes,
ginger cake


4 syllables:
chrysalis stage,
chrysalis state


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