Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gem state:

2 syllables:
come straight,
some states,
thumb states,
comb plate,
dam plate,
flux gate,
pulse rate,
young states,
chief states,
dutch states,
get straight,
judge states,
judge straight,
rural states,
some stage,
some weight,
struck straight,
stuck straight,
stuff straight,
such states,
up straight,
was straight,
bunch weight,
comes straight,
front gate,
jumps straight,
just wait,
must wait,
pet hate,
some eight,
stress states,
butt plate,
chief trait,
clutch plate,
get the gate,
splice plate,
truck freight,
man date,
next eight,
some slight,
can wait,
feulgen stain,
has stayed,
run rate,
such date,
tongue snaked,
tongue weight,
was late,
young stage,
blood stage,
blood stain,
but wait,
butts naked,
chief mate,
chief weight,
cut rate,
def rate,
duck pate,
flood gate,
flood stage,
much weight,
mud stain

3 syllables:
alum slate,
become states,
become straight,
urban states,
arousal states,
become stale,
ended straight,
un1ted states,
unlted states,
unted states,
untted states,
becomes straight,
extra states,
famous eight,
office eight,
office states,
unless states,
urban freight,
adult weight,
becomes tight,
l.c.l. freight,
product weight,
as sure as fate,
becomes based,
becomes faint,
becomes waste,
entrance faced,
entrance gates,
entrance rates,
numbered eight,
unsprung weight,
urban stage,
acid stain,
added stage,
added weight,
become slave,
extra freight,
extra plate

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