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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with exanimate:

3 syllables:
brand asset,
plant asset,
shall lament,
shah nameh,
gonna get,
hamsun knut,
shall limit,
apple nut,
barrel nut,
castle nut,
machen leute,
anna was,
black adult,
black cravat,
cash budget,
chana dal,
channel op,
class adult,
drag a bunt,
fan oven,
glass budget,
glass cullet,
hash bucket,
manna gum,
panel on,
sack posset,
shall adjust,
shall assent,
shall attest,
staff budget,
that adult,
hannah might,
candle nut,
frank comment,
and adult,
daniele huillet,
grand recit,
grant budget,
hand puppet,
lance bucket,
nation must,
planned budget,
range budget,
shall comment,
slag cement,
staff comment,
than adults,
broad asset,
catches it,
data but,
gamma acid,
had a fit,
passes it,
sarah jewett,
chance comment,
damage as,
damage has,
damage on,
fallen on,
farah aidid,
fashion as,
fat acid,
fatten up,
gang up on


4 syllables:
animal heat,
animal ought,
japan added,
japan office,
value asset,
canon about,
channel about,
channel assault,
classic comment,
datum about,
finance budget,
japan u.s.a.,
panel about,
sawarra nut,
enough budget,
fajada butte,
animal bite,
animal caught,
animal fat,
animal foot,
animal heart,
animal leaped,
animal looked,
animal might,
animal right,
animal that,
animal thought,
animal weight,
animals at,
animals ought,
compassion on,
daniel marot


5 syllables:
havana summit,
sarcasm about,
a laugh a minute,
financial limit



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