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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kitcat:

2 syllables:
blink at,
chit chat,
drink at,
fit that,
it sat,
it that,
it what,
milk at,
sits at,
think at,
bit at,
hit at,
it at,
sick at,
sit at,
spit at,
stick at,
thick at,
did that,
did what,
kids at,
width at,
beer mat,
being that,
being what,
bill that,
brick bat,
bridge that,
bring that,
built at,
christ at,
dined at,
drip mat,
ear that,
ere that,
fear that,
fig gnat,
fill that,
film at,
fish that,
grinned at,
gym rat,
hear that,
hear what,
here that,
here what,
hill that,
him that,
him what,
hint at,
his that,
if that,
if what,
ill that,
in. that,
in fat,
in rat,
in what,
is what,
killed at,
king that,
list at,
lives at,
near that,
paris that,
peered at,
ring that,
ship rat,
ship that,
ships at,
signed at,
sin that,
since at

3 syllables:
admit that,
submit that,
kitty cat,
forbid that,
adding that,
appear that,
appeared at,
appears at,
asking that,
asking what,
assist at,
career that,
conflict at,
enraged at,
exist at

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