Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with catalogue:

3 syllables:
at a loss,
battle of,
battle or,
cattle of,
cattle or,
rattle of,
rattle off,
that along,
ypres battle of,
apple of,
back along,
barrel of,
black along,
castle of,
channel of,
channel or,
class along,
crack along,
drag along,
flash along,
glass along,
graph along,
grass along,
lattice of,
match along,
panel of,
pass along,
patch along,
raffle off,
scratch along,
staff along,
status of,
status or,
tag along,
that among,
track along,
trash along,
travel of,
vassal of,
cattle dog,
baste along,
battle for,
battle fought,
battle horse,
cattle call,
cattle for,
clapped along,
classed along,
cracked along,
craft along,
crashed along,
dashed along,
flashed along,
flats along,
laugh along,
mantle of,
mapped along,
massed along,
packed along,
passed along,
plant along,
scratched along,
shaft along,
splashed along,
stacked along,
tacked along,
that belong,
tracked along,
tract along,
trapped along

4 syllables:
attack along,
combat among,
combat assault,
japan along,
attached along,
attacked along,
contact along,
latter along,
matter along,
scatter along,
mercantile law

5 syllables:
diplomat among

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