Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misdate:

2 syllables:
this date,
his state,
miss. state,
swiss state,
this state,
build eight,
filled eight,
his fate,
his late,
his mate,
his weight,
is late,
killed eight,
this gate,
this late,
this rate,
this weight,
till date,
which date,
his eight,
is eight,
its date,
built eight,
being late,
bit rate,
click rate,
drink eight,
fill rate,
fish bait,
hit rate,
in late,
in wait,
in weight,
lich gate,
mill rate,
quick weight,
sheer weight,
since eight,
smith kate,
swing weight,
were late,
will wait,
with late,
with weight,
years eight,
bridge state,
bring state,
ch'in state,
his taste,
in state,
is straight,
its state,
lists eight,
mich. state,
minn. state,
queer state,
ridge state,
since state,
smith state,
spring state,
string state,
swing state,
switch state,
there state,
this trait,
which state,
will state,
with state,
being eight,
big eight,
billed weight,
bring eight,
his days,
his naked,
his plate,
in eight,
in spate,
is based,
is faced,
is shaped

3 syllables:
appeared eight,
ad click rate,
adding weight,
appears eight,
until weight,
benign state,
berlin state,
clear state,
convince state,
elgin state,
unfit state,
until state,
uzbek state,
virgin state,
adding eight,
career dates,
issued eight

4 syllables:
chrysalis state,
considered eight,
delivered eight

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