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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with undercoat:

3 syllables:
rudder coat,
duster coat,
hunter wrote,
under coach,
custer wrote,
sumner wrote,
spender wrote,
butter boat,
chunder ghose,
pater wrote,
under load,
brother wrote,
cover note,
drucker wrote,
luther wrote,
mother wrote,
muller wrote,
plunder those,
schuyler wrote,
tucker wrote,
under known,
under nose,
under those,
van der rohe,
wonder those,
wondered whose,
blunder could,
summer coats,
thunder could,
wonder could,
color coats,
covert coat,
rubber coats,
rudder post,
under close,
under low,
under no,
under one,
under to,
under whose,
upper coast,
wonder to,
wonder whose,
wondered how,
wondered who,
wonders how,
winter wrote,
elder wrote,
schumpeter wrote,
singer wrote,
spencer wrote,
spenser wrote,
bumper boats,
hunter knows,
hunters whose,
mumford wrote,
wonder how,
wonder who

4 syllables:
asunder those,
officer wrote,
thunder echoed

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