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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sufflate:

2 syllables:
chief mate,
chief weight,
def rate,
up late,
was late,
but wait,
can wait,
flood gate,
man date,
much weight,
run rate,
some weight,
stress state,
such date,
tongue weight,
truck weight,
chief flight,
chief light,
butt plate,
chief gates,
chief state,
chief trait,
clutch plate,
comb plate,
dam plate,
has eight,
judge haight,
love hate,
pet hate,
some eight,
splice plate,
struck eight,
truck freight,
was eight,
chief placed,
being late,
bug light,
chief might,
chief right,
chief white,
dutch light,
flood light,
gas light,
his late,
in late,
is late,
much light,
rush light,
some light,
stuff might,
stuff right,
sun light,
this late,
was light,
were late,
when light,
with late,
young light,
get laid,
has laid,
nuff said,
then laid,
twice laid,
was laid


3 syllables:
extra freight,
extra plate,
added weight,
as sure as fate,
extra state,
office state,
unless state,
unsprung weight,
extra flight,
added eight,
alum slate,
begun eight,
ended eight,
extra plates,
extra weight,
l.c.l. freight,
office eight,
suffered eight,
urban freight,
below eight,
extra eight,
fully eight,
added light,
become light,
emit light,
office light,
opaque light,
unless light,
added based,
added state,
added weights,
adult weight,
advice based


4 syllables:
accurate weight


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