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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with playlist:

2 syllables:
play list,
snake hissed,
wait list,
day shift,
may shift,
age it,
ate it,
base hit,
blame it,
came it,
case it,
claim it,
clay pit,
date it,
days it,
face it,
face lift,
flame licked,
gave it,
hate it,
have hit,
have it,
have missed,
laid it,
made it,
make it,
may sit,
maybe it,
name it,
paid it,
place it,
played it,
played whist,
raise it,
rate it,
safe hit,
said it,
save it,
says it,
scale built,
scale shift,
sergei witte,
shake it,
shape it,
space it,
stage it,
state it,
take it,
trace it,
ways it,
weight lift,
craigs list,
day it,
eight lists,
face lit,
lay it,
mail is,
mailed fist,
male is,
may it,
pay it,
play it,
sale is,
scale fixed,
scale is,
scale mixed,
tail is


3 syllables:
array lists,
survey lists,
dabei nicht,
afraid it,
always missed,
attain it,
bailing out,
became mixed,
betray christ,
contain it,
create it,
davis sought,
explain it,
i take it,
obtain it,
portray christ,
replace it,
sustain it,
translate it,
contain lists,
create lists,
danger list,
detail is,
failing sight,
female christ,
female is,
lazy list,
navy list,
obtain lists,
prayer lists


4 syllables:
prevailing at,
retailing at


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