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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ablate:

2 syllables:
clay slate,
maybe eight,
age mate,
base rate,
brain weight,
case rate,
claimed eight,
flame bait,
frame rate,
gain weight,
gained eight,
grades eight,
grain weight,
late date,
main gate,
make weight,
makes eight,
may state,
named eight,
place state,
place weight,
placed eight,
raised eight,
same date,
same fate,
same rate,
same weight,
scale weight,
snail bait,
space state,
strain rate,
train weight,
wage rate,
weighed eight,
weight weight,
base plate,
blade plate,
chain plate,
face plate,
nail plate,
name plate,
phase plate,
place plate,
plain plate,
plane plate,
plate plate,
scale plate,
stage plate,
day rate,
eight eight,
grade eight,
place eight,
play date,
played eight,
race hate,
raise eight,
stage eight,
stayed eight,
straight eight,
straight laced,
strait laced,
trade date,
weighs eight,
maybe placed,
weigh eight,
brake light


3 syllables:
contained eight,
contains eight,
female weight,
gerais state,
malay state,
obtained eight,
regain weight,
remained eight,
replace state,
sustain weight,
today state,
layer plate,
survey plates,
baby weight,
cafe au lait,
contain eight,
create eight,
obtain eight,
remain eight,
array based,
cable weight,
delay based,
stable weight,
survey based,
today based,
always light,
became light


4 syllables:
aggregate weight


Some other possibilities:

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