Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chocolate:

2 syllables:
home late,
stroke weight,
choke plate,
so late,
spoke eight,
to late,
whole eight,
dose rate,
gross state,
gross weight,
growth rate,
known weight,
lose weight,
low state,
no state,
owned eight,
roll rate,
stone weight,
stowe state,
to state,
toll gate,
trone weight,
two state,
whole weight,
whose weight,
would hate,
bone plate,
chose eight,
chrome plate,
co mate,
crow bait,
drove eight,
flow rate,
growth plate,
home plate,
hone slate,
low rate,
no claim,
no date,
no weight,
now placed,
one plate,
pro rate,
showed eight,
shows eight,
slow rate,
so placed,
sole plate,
stone plate,
stove plate,
stroke rates,
those eight,
throat plate,
throw weight,
to claim,
to date,
to rate,
to wait,
two plates,
who claim,
who placed,
whole plate,
wrote eight,
to eight,
to hate,
who ate,
who hate,
bouck white,
broke right,
dome light,
grows light,
growth light,
known light,
no slight,
now quite,
one light,
probe light,
showed light,
shows light,
smoke might,
smoke right,
so slight

3 syllables:
above weight,
composed eight,
embryo state,
plateau state,
promote weight,
proposed eight,
unknown weight,
above eight,
above plate,
anode plate,
approach plate,
lower plate,
noble eight,
triode plate,
to lay at,
to lay out,
above light,
approach light

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