Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mole rat:

2 syllables:
cold at,
could at,
goal that,
gold at,
hold at,
hole that,
holes at,
old at,
old hat,
pole cat,
role that,
scowled at,
should at,
sold at,
told at,
whole that,
would at,
coal at,
goal at,
hole at,
pole at,
role at,
to laugh at,
boat that,
bone fat,
close that,
closed at,
coast at,
code that,
does that,
does what,
folks at,
goes that,
home that,
hope that,
joke that,
known that,
known what,
knows that,
knows what,
load that,
loans at,
lose that,
mode that,
note that,
note what,
notes at,
one that,
post at,
road that,
rome that,
rope mat,
showed that,
showed what,
shown that,
shows that,
shows what,
smoke that,
stone cat,
stone that,
stones at,
those that,
tone that,
wrote that,
blow that,
boat at,
cloak wrapped,
close at,
cloth that,
cloth wrapped,
cold that,
could act,
could that,
do that,
do what,
does at,
flow that,
folk craft,
go that,
goals that,
gold that,
grows at,
growth at,
growth that,
hold that,
home at

3 syllables:
enrolled at,
above that,
above what,
alone that,
approach that,
arose that,
composed at,
exposed at,
propose that,
proposed at,
suppose that,
alone at,
arose at

4 syllables:
angola cat

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