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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lambada:

3 syllables:
graham nodded,
and data,
gran casa,
that data,
what data,
krav maga,
at bottom,
black bottom,
flat bottom,
glass bottom,
black model,
cache model,
class model,
crack model,
glass model,
graham thomas,
graph model,
grass model,
patch model,
rasch model,
shack model,
shall model,
stack model,
staff model,
strad model,
that model,
track model,
achad ha'am,
graham martha,
from data,
grasp ada,
and often,
at santa,
back pocket,
black police,
black wattle,
blank common,
branch often,
chance often,
class strata,
dance often,
frank capra,
frank hodges,
frank often,
frank zappa,
gangs often,
gland often,
grand drama,
grand lama,
grass dotted,
grass pollen,
had gotten,
mann thomas,
patch pocket,
plans often,
plant often,
range often,
slash pocket,
stance often,
stand often,
than common,
thank donna,
that police


4 syllables:
assam police,
japan model,
attack bonus,
attack model,
combat model,
gamma model,
sammy nodded,
azzam pasha,
panna cotta,
amber nodded,
attack police,
combat police,
gather data,
palang dharma


5 syllables:
mohammad hatta,
really gotta


6 syllables:
narayana bhatta


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