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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with formate:

2 syllables:
cross mate,
for late,
for weight,
force eight,
forth eight,
more weight,
nor gate,
or gate,
or late,
or wait,
or weight,
scored eight,
short eight,
xor gate,
for eight,
formed eight,
or eight,
or hate,
or rate,
baud rate,
call date,
call rate,
called eight,
cross rate,
cross state,
long wait,
loss rate,
small weight,
straw plait,
though state,
walked eight,
walls eight,
more might,
or might,
score might,
shore might,
store might,
storm might,
war might,
your mate,
or made,
war made,
all eight,
boar taint,
caught eight,
corpse gate,
door plate,
draw gate,
for freight,
for male,
for state,
for waste,
force state,
fourth rate,
horse gait,
or main,
or make,
or male,
or maybe,
or paint,
or plate,
or state,
or taste,
or waste,
saw gate,
score based,
shore based,
short rate,
short weight,
source state,
store based,
store dates,
store state,
store waste

3 syllables:
perform eight,
record date,
record eight,
support eight,
before eight,
performed eight,
because weight,
before might,
favour might,
reform might,
along eight,
among eight,
because eight,
before saint,
before state,
divorce rate,
enforce state,
forty eight,
lahore state,
order eight,
record dates,
record weight,
report weight,
restore state,
support weight

6 syllables:
explanatory weight

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