Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with appellate:

2 syllables:
death eight,
where eight,
cell mate,
hell gate,
self hate,
shell weight,
shell height,
till late,
air date,
bears eight,
check mate,
check weight,
dead weight,
death rate,
dressed weight,
flesh weight,
fresh weight,
lead weight,
net weight,
nett weight,
press state,
slept eight,
spec rate,
spend eight,
spent eight,
tare weight,
web based,
well have,
where rates,
where weight,
bell faced,
bell shaped,
bread plate,
cell mates,
cell plate,
dead plate,
deck plate,
fresh plate,
hair plate,
press plate,
shell plate,
shell shaped,
smell taste,
spread plate,
well shaped,
wet plate,
whet slate,
air right,
being eight,
big eight,
bring eight,
chair height,
chair right,
has eight,
his eight,
in eight,
is eight,
judge haight,
love hate,
pet hate,
share right,
shear rate,
some eight,
stare right,
stood eight,
struck eight,
them might

3 syllables:
until eight,
until late,
access state,
assess state,
carry eight,
except eight,
excess weight,
measure eight,
possess weight,
possessed eight,
refresh rate,
repair rates,
select eight,
success rate,
their rate,
unfair rates,
access plate,
chapelle saint,
compel state,
elite eight,
hotel rates,
hotel saint,
relate it,
their late,
added eight,
adding eight,
begun eight,
ended eight,
extra weight,
office eight

4 syllables:
together eight

Some other possibilities:

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