Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gemmate:

2 syllables:
death eight,
where eight,
cell mate,
check mate,
some eight,
them might,
spend eight,
spent eight,
them made,
air date,
bears eight,
check weight,
dead weight,
death rate,
dressed weight,
flesh weight,
fresh weight,
hell gate,
lead weight,
net weight,
nett weight,
press state,
self hate,
shell weight,
slept eight,
spec rate,
tare weight,
them have,
them make,
web based,
where rates,
where weight,
cell mates,
them may,
being eight,
bring eight,
in eight,
air right,
big eight,
chair height,
chair right,
has eight,
his eight,
is eight,
judge haight,
love hate,
pet hate,
share right,
shear rate,
shell height,
stare right,
stood eight,
struck eight,
there eight,
till late,
was eight,
were eight,
where right,
which eight,
with eight,
air raid,
bear raid,
deaf aid,
air rage,
chair rail,
stair rail,
well have,
where have,
yet have,
blair might,
bread might,
breath might

3 syllables:
access state,
assess state,
carry eight,
except eight,
excess weight,
measure eight,
possess weight,
possessed eight,
refresh rate,
repair rates,
select eight,
success rate,
their rate,
unfair rates,
adding eight,
begun eight,
added eight,
ended eight,
extra weight,
office eight,
until eight,
until late,
access aisle,
access might,
ahead might

4 syllables:
together eight

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