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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with uptake:

2 syllables:
can take,
cup shake,
just take,
men take,
must take,
then take,
but take,
but make,
can make,
dumb cake,
men make,
muck rake,
plum cake,
then make,
thus make,
baikal lake,
bundt cake,
just make,
must make,
pump fake,
squirrel hake,
van eyck,
la paix,
did take,
him take,
piss take,
still take,
them take,
up like,
well take,
which take,
will take,
judge drake,
blood caked,
blood makes,
brush makes,
buck naked,
but makes,
butt naked,
chief makes,
chief shakes,
douglas makes,
duck tape,
duct tape,
dust tail,
front aisle,
get naked,
judge makes,
just have,
la place,
man makes,
mud snake,
must have,
stress makes,
stress state,
stuff makes,
sun baked,
then makes,
thus makes,
tongue makes,
truck makes,
twice makes,
up late,
was naked,
it take,
pep talk,
spit take,
grub axe,
but have,
depth makes,
durant drake


3 syllables:
advice makes,
alice makes,
alice stayed,
eccles cake,
excel makes,
extra place,
extra plane,
extra plate,
extra stage,
extra state,
juice shake,
office makes,
office state,
sea drake,
unless state,
adult makes,
allah makes,
conduct makes,
custom make,
even take


4 syllables:
equity stake


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