Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hot seat:

2 syllables:
not beat,
not meet,
not treat,
not ceased,
not eat,
both feet,
dog meat,
dog wheat,
square feet,
square sheet,
stock sheet,
swap meet,
box seats,
chart sheet,
choir seats,
cost sheet,
crops wheat,
france ceased,
from heat,
heart beat,
not cease,
not least,
not meant,
not reached,
not seek,
not seem,
not seen,
not sign,
prof. skeat,
scott reached,
watts street,
chopped sweet,
dyott street,
heart ceased,
not see,
parts wheat,
scott street,
at feet,
bought wheat,
brought wheat,
flat feet,
packs heat,
stout sheet,
that meet,
thought meete,
bronze sheet,
dogs meat,
drop seed,
from seed,
hard wheat,
not feed,
not need,
not read,
barn sheet,
cause least,
charge sheet,
dark meat,
drop scene,
got feel,
john keats,
large sheet,
locke meant,
not been,
not deal,
not deem,
not deep,
not feel,
not keep,
not leave,
not mean,
not reach,
not real,
not these,
not weep,
once each,
once seen

3 syllables:
bottom heat,
data sheet,
response sheet,
depot street,
fodder beet,
radon seed,
acre feet,
army at,
army hut,
barely eight,
closely at,
copper sheet,
cotton sheet,
follow nietzsche,
lofty height,
o'clock reached,
only at,
only eight,
only it,
only out,
party at,
party ought

4 syllables:
another sheet,
chicago wheat

Some other possibilities:

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