Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with half baked:

2 syllables:
all based,
broad based,
caught naked,
clause based,
drawn based,
fault based,
fraud based,
score based,
shore based,
store based,
thought based,
wrong based,
though based,
though faced,
though faint,
gloss paint,
or paint,
war paint,
awl shaped,
ball shaped,
boar taint,
cross shaped,
for waste,
long faced,
or taste,
or waste,
sault saint,
sault sainte,
small taste,
store waste,
straw placed,
strong taste,
though placed,
thought raced,
thought shaped,
graph based,
staff based,
all haste,
baud rate,
board based,
call date,
call rate,
called eight,
calls based,
claw shaped,
corps based,
course based,
court based,
cross mate,
cross rate,
cross state,
false based,
for late,
for weight,
force based,
force eight,
forth eight,
forth naked,
long wait,
loss rate,
more weight,
nor gate,
or gate,
or late,
or wait,
or weight,
scored based,
scored eight,
scores based,
short eight,
small weight,
songs based,
source based,
sprawled naked,
stores based,
straw plait

3 syllables:
because based,
because saint,
before saint,
absorb waste,
author based,
because weight,
broader based,
divorce based,
dozen naked,
drawing based,
export based,
lawyer based,
longer based,
perform based,
perform eight,
record based,
record date,
record eight,
reform based,
report based,
story based,
support based

4 syllables:
award based,
reward based

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