Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with caveat:

2 syllables:
game meat,
may meet,
may eat,
aisle seat,
eight feet,
flame sheet,
gave each,
grade sheet,
grade wheat,
grain wheat,
have each,
have heen,
main sheet,
maize wheat,
may treat,
place sweet,
plain sheet,
plane seat,
plane sheet,
plate heaped,
praise heaped,
raise wheat,
safe seat,
scale wheat,
take seat,
take the heat,
waste heat,
have ceased,
have meant,
have reached,
fly sheet,
white heat,
may need,
may read,
take heed,
bay leaf,
chase scene,
day peep,
day week,
days each,
eight teeth,
face each,
faith these,
gay gene,
made each,
make each,
may cease,
may deem,
may feel,
may keep,
may leave,
may mean,
may reach,
may seek,
may seem,
may teach,
place each,
ray beam,
scale leaf,
straight teeth,
stray piece,
stray sheep,
take each,
way leave,
way these,
weigh these,
brave out,
five feet,
gave at,
gave it

3 syllables:
survey sheet,
baby at,
contain wheat,
daily at,
delay meant,
detail sheet,
eighty eight,
lady at,
layer sheet,
rename sheet,
survey sheets,
today reached,
gravy boat,
grey out,
chiefly wheat,
allay these,
betray these,
defray these,
delay these,
gerade diese,
portray these,
relay league,
relay these,
survey these,
today leave,
today these

4 syllables:
acetate sheet,
behaviour at,
behaviour ought,
slavery ought

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