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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prorate:

2 syllables:
for eight,
or eight,
or hate,
or rate,
all eight,
caught eight,
draw gate,
saw gate,
call rate,
cross rate,
for late,
for weight,
force eight,
forth eight,
loss rate,
more weight,
nor gate,
or late,
or wait,
or weight,
scored eight,
short eight,
though eight,
though rates,
xor gate,
for right,
more right,
or right,
or write,
saw right,
score right,
store right,
though right,
for aid,
all haste,
call date,
called eight,
claw shaped,
cross mate,
cross state,
for age,
for rain,
half faced,
long wait,
more have,
nor have,
or age,
or have,
or race,
or rain,
or raise,
small weight,
store aisle,
straw plait,
though based,
though faced,
though faint,
though state,
walked eight,
walls eight,
war have,
boar taint,
corpse gate,
cross rates,
door plate,
fault rates,
for aye,
for freight,
for state,
for waste,
force state,
formed eight,
fourth rate,
horse gait,
or paint,
or plate,
or state,
or taste


3 syllables:
before eight,
along eight,
among eight,
because eight,
perform eight,
record date,
record eight,
support eight,
because weight,
before age,
assault rates,
because rates,
before saint,
before state,
default rates,
divorce rate,
enforce state,
forty eight,
lahore state


6 syllables:
explanatory weight


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