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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with relocate:

2 syllables:
spoke eight,
chose eight,
co mate,
crow bait,
drove eight,
flow rate,
low rate,
no date,
no weight,
pro rate,
showed eight,
shows eight,
slow rate,
so late,
those eight,
throw weight,
to date,
to late,
to rate,
to wait,
whole eight,
wrote eight,
stroke weight,
to eight,
to hate,
who ate,
who hate,
toll gate,
dose rate,
dough baked,
dough faced,
flow rates,
gross state,
gross weight,
growth rate,
home late,
how came,
known weight,
lose weight,
low rates,
low state,
no case,
no mates,
no state,
no taste,
now came,
now faced,
owned eight,
po faced,
probe based,
roll rate,
shown naked,
stone weight,
stowe state,
thrown naked,
to cape,
to paint,
to state,
to taste,
to waste,
trone weight,
two faced,
two state,
who came,
whole weight,
whose weight,
would hate,
choke plate,
stroke rates,
co write,
do right,
float height,
go right,
grow light,
how might,
how right


3 syllables:
above eight,
above weight,
chateau saint,
composed eight,
embryo state,
going eight,
lower rate,
lower weight,
over eight,
plateau state,
promote weight,
proposed eight,
showing eight,
slower rate,
to lay at,
to lay out,
toward eight,
unknown weight,
locate it,
lower eight,
destroyed eight,
embryo might,
employed eight,
employs eight


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