Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with home plate:

2 syllables:
hone slate,
stone placed,
stone plates,
throne placed,
cloth placed,
growth plates,
probe placed,
stove plates,
those placed,
chrome paint,
co mate,
known state,
now placed,
one state,
so late,
so placed,
to late,
two plates,
who placed,
whole eight,
close state,
could wait,
croat state,
euthyroid state,
go straight,
gross freight,
grove state,
growth state,
holds eight,
notes state,
post date,
rogue state,
should wait,
shows state,
those state,
throw straight,
two straight,
whole freight,
whole state,
whose state,
would wait,
whose plight,
known place,
known plays,
known weight,
one place,
one plane,
owned eight,
role played,
stone place,
stone slates,
stone weight,
trone weight,
close place,
cloth plain,
dose rate,
float plane,
gross state,
gross weight,
grove place,
growth plane,
growth plays,
growth rate,
homes based,
low state,
no state,
prose plays,
roll rate,
showed plain,
stowe state,
stroke weight,
those plays,
to state

3 syllables:
alone placed,
anode plates,
approach placed,
approach plates,
unknown state,
above state,
embryo straight,
promote state,
promotes weight,
remote state,
unload freight,
alone played,
alone place,
alone plays,
unknown place,
unknown weight,
above place,
above plane,
above weight,
approach plays,
composed eight,
embryo state,
plateau state,
promote weight,
proposed eight,
remote place

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