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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with braccate:

2 syllables:
at eight,
class eight,
had eight,
than eight,
that eight,
back date,
pack date,
rack rate,
takes eight,
black kite,
stack height,
track height,
jack cade,
and ate,
and date,
and eight,
batch weight,
brass weight,
cap rate,
class mate,
class state,
flat rate,
glass state,
gramme weight,
grass state,
last eight,
mass. state,
passed eight,
past eight,
scan rate,
scant eight,
staff faced,
stand eight,
that date,
that fate,
that late,
that rate,
that weight,
asked eight,
black faced,
black paint,
black plate,
black saint,
black slate,
black state,
clap skate,
lacked taste,
slack baked,
stack based,
draw gate,
saw gate,
all eight,
bought eight,
brought eight,
caught eight,
for eight,
from eight,
graham might,
grass height,
house eight,
laugh right,
not hate,
or eight,
or hate,
or rate,
sat tight,
shall light,
that height,
that aid,
at age,
cat tail,
clan name,
class have,
jazz age,
rat tail,
shall have,
staff have,
than age,
than have,
that age


3 syllables:
attack rate,
allow eight,
attach weight,
combat weight,
attack based,
attack rates,
exact date,
exact weight,
about eight,
along eight,
among eight,
because eight,
before eight,
enough weight,
japan have


4 syllables:
abraham might,
avoirdupois weight


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