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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lambaste:

2 syllables:
black paste,
class passed,
glass paste,
had passed,
staff passed,
stamp act,
than last,
that passed,
that past,
track passed,
what passed,
black backed,
had backed,
had cast,
had last,
that last,
that vast,
camp at,
strap passed,
at bat,
back blast,
palm cat,
and act,
bank act,
grab at,
graham asked,
had packed,
land act,
backs ached,
from past,
glass smashed,
grass thatched,
jack shaft,
last act,
shall chant,
staff lacked,
tax act,
that fact,
that kant,
that matched,
and passed,
and past,
frank passed,
from last,
glance passed,
grant passed,
plans passed,
act passed,
and asked,
and at,
and cast,
and fast,
and last,
band at,
bank at,
blanche asked,
branch at,
chance asked,
chance at,
craft passed,
dance at,
frank asked,
franz asked,
glance at,
grant asked,
grasp at,
hand at,
hangs hat,
lance asked,
land at,
mann act,
passed passed,
paste paste,
plan that,
plant at,
range at,
sand at


3 syllables:
japan passed,
attack passed,
a$ap nast,
amber asked,
finance act,
japan lacked,
attack craft,
anger passed,
manner passed,
manor passed,
advance at,
arrow passed,
harry passed,
japan that,
latter passed,
matter passed,
nature passed,
sarah passed


4 syllables:
abraham passed,
abraham asked,
really passed


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