Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with late latin:

3 syllables:
dates often,
eight common,
have gotten,
plates often,
rates often,
state common,
states often,
trait common,
traits often,
eight london,
plate often,
scale often,
state often,
trait often,
weight cotton,
weight often,
aides often,
grade common,
grades often,
based often,
chains often,
change often,
claim common,
claims often,
eighth shogun,
failed often,
faith common,
frage kommen,
frame chosen,
frames often,
gains often,
games often,
grains often,
have chosen,
have common,
james often,
lakes often,
maize pollen,
males often,
names often,
pains often,
paint often,
phrase common,
place chosen,
place common,
plain common,
planes often,
plays chosen,
rains often,
raised often,
sales often,
scale chosen,
scale common,
shape common,
shapes often,
slaves often,
snakes often,
space common,
stage common,
strains often,
tales often,
taste often,
trains often,
wake robin,
waste often,
waves often,
quite gotten,
quite rotten,
grade cotton

4 syllables:
always gotten,
create common,
debates often,
estates often,
portraits often,
socrates often,
debate often,
detail often,
estate often,
female often,
frigate boston,
always chosen,
attain common,
became common,
campaigns often,
complained often,
complaint often,
contain common,
contain pollen,
details often,
domains often,
exchange often,
explain common,
female common,
obtain common,
obtained often,
remain common,
remains often,
replace common,
replaced often

5 syllables:
japanese common

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