Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with at least:

2 syllables:
had ceased,
and east,
black beast,
fan leafed,
shall feast,
that meant,
that reached,
back east,
flat feet,
that meet,
had meant,
had reached,
shall eat,
that heat,
class meant,
staff meant,
staff reached,
track reached,
not ceased,
though pleased,
thought leaped,
bad beat,
grand feast,
and eat,
and heat,
back beat,
back seat,
banks ceased,
bath sheet,
black clients,
black sheet,
brass sheet,
canned heat,
class eumycetes,
crab meat,
craft reached,
drag feet,
glass sheet,
grant reached,
graph sheet,
packs heat,
plant reached,
rap sheet,
scratch sheet,
shall meet,
that leaves,
track meet,
doubt pleased,
greatly eased,
not pleased,
slightly eased,
that last,
that list,
that lost

3 syllables:
attack ceased,
attacks ceased,
gladly sought,
latter ceased,
laughter ceased,
battle ceased,
flatly state,
ghastly sight,
patty hearst,
attack meant,
attack reached,
japan meant,
japan reached,
enough pleased,
badly taught,
badly that,
badly thought,
bradley thought,
bradley wrote,
gladly write,
sadly wrote,
apply light,
apply right,
apply that,
apply what,
apply white,
apply write,
ashley thought,
ashley wrote,
bagley wright,
gandhi sought,
grassy leafed,
latter meant,
latter reached,
laughter reached,
manly heart,
manly thought,
matter meant,
matter reached,
shaggy beast,
stanley might,
stanley thought,
stanley white,
stanley wrote

4 syllables:
really sought,
really ceased

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