Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with colligate:

3 syllables:
solid eight,
data rate,
column eight,
police state,
solid weight,
shall abate,
shall await,
solid height,
awful weight,
causes weight,
common fate,
data based,
data rates,
drama based,
gonna waste,
loses weight,
police have,
sabah state,
squadron eight,
started eight,
strata based,
wanted eight,
careless haste,
column weight,
gala day,
godless state,
martin gaite,
okla. state,
parlous state,
police chased,
police states,
solid paint,
solid plate,
solid slate,
solid waste,
swollen state,
thomas gates,
awful height,
awful light,
bottom might,
broad debate,
channel eight,
chosen knight,
clara might,
common height,
drama might,
facial height,
gonna fight,
gonna write,
gotta fight,
gotta right,
gotta write,
loses height,
novel light,
nozzle height,
profile height,
ramus height,
spatial light,
strata might,
travel eight,
wanna fight

4 syllables:
adopted eight,
canada based,
canada faced,
colossal weight,
hectare estate,
jigawa state,
mahratta state,
model layout,
nasarawa state,
nevada state,
reprod update,
spatial layout,
calmly await,
dollar estate,
holiday heart,
holiday might,
moravian gate,
papal legate,
polymer weight,
canada might,
canada write,
mahratta light,
malacca cane

5 syllables:
alabama state,
kuala belait,
unresolved debate

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