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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with truncate:

2 syllables:
can wait,
man date,
run rate,
struck eight,
flood gate,
some weight,
tongue weight,
but wait,
chief mate,
chief weight,
def rate,
much weight,
stress state,
such date,
truck weight,
up late,
was late,
front gate,
some eight,
blood caked,
bon cape,
bourbon state,
bunch weight,
can state,
gun case,
has eight,
judge haight,
love hate,
man came,
man cave,
men came,
pen based,
pet hate,
sun baked,
sun came,
then came,
was eight,
when faced,
drink eight,
trunk height,
bun fight,
can fight,
can write,
done right,
gun sight,
in late,
in wait,
in weight,
man might,
men might,
non white,
since eight,
smith kate,
spend eight,
spent eight,
sun light,
then write,
when light,
when white,
ben said,
can gain,
chief gates,
comb plate,
comb shaped,
con game,
dam plate


3 syllables:
begun eight,
unsprung weight,
added weight,
as sure as fate,
extra freight,
extra plate,
extra state,
office state,
unless state,
added eight,
afghan state,
ended eight,
extra weight,
office eight,
reigned eight,
running eight,
sunday at,
under eight,
urban based,
urban freight,
urban rates,
urban state,
urban waste,
alan kay,
extra eight,
orange crate,
begun right,
urban white,
alum slate,
become faint,
become state


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