Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with commentariat:

2 syllables:
air at,
care at,
chair at,
fair at,
hair at,
stare at,
swear at,
where at

3 syllables:
any at,
carry bat,
carry that,
married at,
series at,
carry out,
mary had,
any act,
any that,
deny that,
heavy that,
mary ann,
mary anne,
barry asked,
berry asked,
carey asked,
cherry asked,
fairly ached,
gerry asked,
jerry asked,
kerry asked,
larry asked,
larry pratt,
marie asked,
merely that,
merry asked,
series that,
terri asked,
terry asked,
belly out,
busy at,
duty at,
money at,
belly ache,
barry thought,
bury it,
carey thought,
carry cot,
carry eight,
carry it,
cherry thought,
gary hart,
gerry thought,
ii at,
jerry thought,
kerry thought,
larry thought,
marie thought,
merry heart,
merry shout,
merry thought,
scary thought,
story at,
terai hat,
terror at,
terry thought,
theory at,
weary heart,
barry and,
berry and,
carry and,
dairy and,
ferry and,
henry had

4 syllables:
library at,
library that,
library ought,
memory at,
hilary asked,
hilary bradt,
library paste,
primary shaft,
whereas at,
italy at,
binary thought,
entirely at,
hilary thought,
library bought,
primary fault,
primary heart,
primary host,
primary thought

5 syllables:
necessary at,
necessary that,
librairie hachette,
library habit,
primarily at,
culinary art,
necessary height,
necessary it,
necessary not,
necessary thought

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