Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oleate:

2 syllables:
from heat,
not eat,
shall eat,
both east,
both feet,
dog meat,
dog wheat,
drop seat,
far east,
from east,
not beat,
not meet,
not treat,
square feet,
square sheet,
stock sheet,
swap meet,
the far east,
the hot seat,
cause least,
not least,
black heat,
claw feet,
draw sheet,
for heat,
half feet,
house seat,
more heat,
moth eat,
or eat,
or heat,
that heat,
though nietzsche,
not heed,
not tied,
star read,
both these,
from each,
not heal,
not teach,
rock eel,
swat team,
tar heel,
call sheet,
shall meet,
small sheet,
though least,
will eat,
barn sheet

3 syllables:
coffee at,
copy it,
copy out,
rocky height,
barely eight,
closely at,
dolly shot,
dolly thought,
follow nietzsche,
folly might,
holly thought,
jolly boat,
jolly night,
jolly sight,
molly might,
molly thought,
only at,
only eight,
only it,
only out,
polly thought,
wholly right,
wholly white,
enough wheat,
bizarre scene,
folly to,
sally out,
valley at,
valley height,
wholly to,
molly heard,
acre feet,
army at,
army hut,
ascot tie,
balmy night,
bobby knight,
bobby might,
bobby thought,
bodies at,
bodies ought,
bonnie raitt

4 syllables:
somali cat,
really at,
really it,
really ought,
another sheet

Some other possibilities:

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