Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with briquet:

2 syllables:
by date,
by fate,
by late,
by weight,
dry weight,
free weight,
my fate,
my late,
my weight,
reach eight,
scene eight,
sleep eight,
team mate,
these eight,
they wait,
very late,
by eight,
free skate,
roughly eight,
they ate,
they hate,
three eight,
three gates,
beauty based,
by case,
by saint,
by state,
cheap paint,
feed rate,
fleece weight,
free state,
green weight,
heat rate,
heat weight,
key plate,
lease rate,
least eight,
leaves eight,
lousy taste,
means eight,
meant eight,
my case,
my plate,
my state,
my taste,
needs eight,
pie faced,
pie plate,
piece rate,
please state,
reached eight,
real rate,
roughly based,
roughly shaped,
seal fate,
see case,
see plate,
see state,
sleep late,
spleen weight,
steel weight,
surely based,
sweet taste,
they came,
they faced,
they state

3 syllables:
college eight,
complete eight,
exceed eight,
ovary weight,
receive eight,
repeat eight,
entry gates,
sea gate,
achieve weight,
agreed dates,
chinese date,
chinese state,
concrete weight,
decrease weight,
decree based,
degree based,
degree shaped,
either eight,
entry based,
entry dates,
entry rates,
exceeds eight,
expressly based,
expressly state,
extreme haste,
extreme weight,
ideally based,
machine weight,
oblique case,
received eight,
release date,
released eight,
revealed eight

4 syllables:
already eight

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