Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reintegrate:

3 syllables:
innate trait,
printed eight,
distant eight,
inches weight,
input weight,
lifted weight,
shifted weight,
sinless state,
system weight,
dmf index rate,
printed right,
in debate,
linda waite,
middle rate,
since socrates,
clinton faced,
income rates,
input rates,
listed eight,
little weight,
finite rates,
innate traits,
kitchen grate,
little late,
simple weight,
single weight,
symbol weight,
written eight,
blended rate,
business state,
discuss state,
fifth estate,
hills estate,
illness state,
millions eight,
thickness weight,
clinton might,
clinton white,
distal right,
drifted right,
income right,
index state,
index weight,
lifted right,
listed right,
milton wright,
pistol right,
shifted right,
system right,
tinted light,
tinted white,
twisted right,
limit weight,
lyndon state,
middle weight,
routing update,
single trait,
still debate,
things await,
this debate,
which socrates

4 syllables:
predicted weight,
acquittal rates,
consistent trait,
minimum rate,
predicted rates,
internal rate,
unequal weight,
existed right,
expected rate,
opinion right,
recent update,
restricted right,
india plate,
india state,
indian date,
limited weight

5 syllables:
repetition rate

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