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

7 letters:
not eat,
not see,
at feet,
army at,
only at,
only it

8 letters:
not beat,
not meet,
dog meat,
not seek,
not seem,
not seen,
not sign,
not feed,
not need,
not read,
got feel,
not been,
not deal,
not deem,
not deep,
not feel,
not keep,
not mean,
not real,
not weep,
army hut,
only out,
party at

9 letters:
not treat,
both feet,
dog wheat,
swap meet,
box seats,
from heat,
not cease,
not least,
not meant,
flat feet,
that meet,
dogs meat,
drop seed,
from seed,
dark meat,
not leave,
not reach,
not these,
once each,
once seen,
acre feet

10 letters:
not ceased,
cost sheet,
heart beat,
packs heat,
hard wheat,
barn sheet,
drop scene,
john keats,
data sheet,
radon seed,
closely at,
only eight

11 letters:
square feet,
stock sheet,
chart sheet,
choir seats,
crops wheat,
not reached,
prof. skeat,
parts wheat,
stout sheet,
cause least,
large sheet,
locke meant,
bottom heat,
fodder beet,
party ought

12 letters:
square sheet,
watts street,
dyott street,
heart ceased,
scott street,
bought wheat,
bronze sheet,
charge sheet,
depot street,
barely eight,
copper sheet,
cotton sheet,
lofty height

13 letters:
france ceased,
scott reached,
chopped sweet,
brought wheat,
thought meete,
another sheet,
chicago wheat

14 letters:
response sheet

15 letters:
o'clock reached

16 letters:
follow nietzsche

Some other possibilities:

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