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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grass snake:

2 syllables:
shall make,
than make,
that make,
ash cake,
at lake,
clam bake,
lac lake,
pan cake,
shall shake,
shall take,
than take,
class makes,
glass makes,
at stake,
class name,
glass snail,
that take,
black snakes,
catch snakes,
dance naked,
glass like,
house shake,
snow stake,
1st-class mail,
1st class mail,
and make,
class mate,
flash makes,
graph makes,
staff makes,
that makes,
track makes,
what makes,
and take,
bad name,
basse taille,
bran flake,
brass chain,
brass scale,
brass weight,
class scale,
class shape,
class space,
class state,
flat nail,
glass case,
glass phase,
glass scale,
glass shade,
glass shape,
glass stage,
glass state,
hand axe,
hand shake,
last eight,
lath nail,
mass. state,
pass fail,
passed eight,
past eight,
past have,
shall quake,
slack baked,
tag name,
that name,
what name,
brass neck,
house naked,
chance makes,
class may,
dance makes,
stance makes,
at aix,
bad axe,
brass nails,
clan name,
class breaks,
class day,
class eight,
class have,
class named,
class names,
dragged naked


3 syllables:
attack makes,
japan makes,
what to make,
jaffa cake,
madder lake,
pat a cake,
patty cake,
tahoe lake,
tana lake,
advance makes,
also make,
finance makes,
again shake,
also take,
avon lake


4 syllables:
really make,
really shake


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