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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mud flat:

2 syllables:
blood that,
duck fat,
stuff that,
blood at,
chief at,
colleagues at,
comes that,
drugs that,
dust that,
front that,
fund that,
funds at,
judge pratt,
judged that,
jumped at,
jumps at,
just sat,
just that,
just what,
loved that,
monk bat,
musk rat,
ones that,
parents at,
pas de chat,
rev. stat,
rev stat,
rumour that,
scales that,
trust that,
blood clot,
but that,
but what,
cut that,
get that,
get what,
let that,
pet cat,
put that,
beg that,
bhopal plant,
blood black,
blood clam,
blood trapped,
can that,
chief plant,
club that,
clutched at,
come that,
come what,
comes at,
depth at,
done that,
done what,
douglas plant,
dove plant,
drug that,
front at,
funds that,
gas plant,
gas that,
gum plant,
gun that,
guns at,
has that,
has what,
hen plant,
judge that,
judge what


3 syllables:
acids that,
acid that,
added plant,
added that,
acid at,
acid fast,
added at,
ended at,
excel at,
muddy flats,
safely at,
agents at,
conduct that,
enoch pratt,
extent that,
orange bat,
product that,
products at,
result that,
results at,
added black,
added stats,
advice that,
become that,
become what,
becomes at,
conduct at,
consul at,
ended class,
extent at,
has off pat


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