Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with uvate:

2 syllables:
choose eight,
room mate,
slew rate,
too late,
you wait,
moved eight,
you hate,
blue plate,
blue state,
due dates,
flue plate,
fruit weight,
loose state,
loose weight,
moon gate,
new state,
room rate,
screw plate,
shoot weight,
spoon bait,
stool weight,
thou wast,
too vague,
true state,
you state,
blue light,
blue white,
few white,
groom might,
loose sight,
new light,
new right,
new site,
plume height,
shoot height,
threw light,
too light,
too right,
too tight,
tooth height,
true light,
you fight,
you might,
you right,
you write,
food aid,
kool aid,
new laid,
new made,
you made,
you paid,
you said,
blue gage,
blue jays,
blue sage,
blue whale,
du pays,
few days,
group have,
jews have,
new face,
new faith,
new game,
new name,
new page,
new phase

3 syllables:
produce eight,
reviewed eight,
undue weight,
acute weight,
doing eight,
excuse haste,
produce state,
produce weight,
produced eight,
reduce state,
reduce weight,
review based,
review dates,
review state,
sioux state,
study eight,
super eight,
undue waste,
approve state,
remove paint,
remove state,
remove waste,
undue haste,
bedroom might,
costume might,
review might,
review write

4 syllables:
absolute weight,
ensuing eight,
absolute height,
absolute age

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