Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clodpate:

2 syllables:
not gate,
not wait,
spot rate,
cause weight,
clock rate,
dropped eight,
from date,
from late,
hard eight,
lock gate,
lodge gate,
swap rate,
top plate,
not hate,
not paint,
from eight,
lock plate,
rod shaped,
square plate,
swash plate,
guard plate,
god might,
not based,
not paid,
ayant trait,
block based,
cause based,
clock based,
costs eight,
god made,
god said,
heart weight,
lost weight,
not state,
not waste,
shark bait,
square based,
stock based,
bar shaped,
bloch state,
block rates,
block state,
bob skate,
both state,
cause pain,
cause state,
cause taste,
cause waste,
charge weight,
clock rates,
conn. state,
cop waste,
dog faced,
from page,
from pain,
from saint,
from state,
god came,
god gave,
god save,
god says,
gods have,
large weight,
lodge gates,
log slate,
marched eight,
notch state,
rocks state

3 syllables:
bizarre state,
bourgeois state,
lllinois state,
compare plate,
synod might,
passage based,
annonce faite,
awake state,
barely eight,
beyond eight,
bihar state,
bonnie raitt,
bourgeois states,
compare state,
declare state,
followed eight,
lamar state,
madame saint,
occurred eight,
occurs eight,
only eight,
passage rates,
proper weight,
response rate,
response state

4 syllables:
avoirdupois weight,
alar plate

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