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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with azote:

2 syllables:
black coat,
class wrote,
douglass wrote,
back quote,
bath note,
black coats,
black wrote,
bragg wrote,
chang wrote,
graham wrote,
had hoped,
hatch boat,
lab coat,
mash note,
match coat,
plath wrote,
pratt wrote,
scratch coat,
snag boat,
staff hoped,
staff wrote,
that note,
brahms wrote,
ramsay wrote,
clough wrote,
waugh wrote,
black code,
class whose,
flash showed,
glass whose,
grass whose,
add one,
allow one,
at home,
at one,
at whose,
back home,
back one,
bad one,
black coach,
black coal,
black hole,
black oak,
black one,
brash oak,
cat hole,
catch one,
graph whose,
had one,
jack oak,
mac os,
match whole,
ram home,
shall loathe,
shall lose,
staff whose,
tap hole,
than one,
that home,
that hope,
that one,
that whole,
track coach,
track whose,
what one,
spaz out,
basque coast,
class boats,
class notes,
class votes,
class who,
glass float,
last note,
mast coat,
pasteur wrote,
takes note


3 syllables:
allow eight,
allow it,
japan hoped,
japan notes,
dubois wrote,
attack whose,
japan knows,
japan whose,
also at,
also it,
lukacs wrote,
allow its,
allow light,
allow that,
allow weight,
allow white,
allowed at


4 syllables:
abraham wrote,
diplomat wrote,
diplomat whose


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