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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with marplot:

2 syllables:
square plots,
arc not,
art not,
hard not,
heart rot,
large pot,
part not,
job lot,
bar shot,
box plot,
chop shot,
crock pot,
drop shot,
far not,
hot pot,
odd lot,
pop shot,
square knot,
stock pot,
car part,
chart plots,
choir loft,
large plots,
docs not,
dog trot,
golf shot,
hot spot,
jog trot,
john scott,
prof. scott,
scott scott,
shalt not,
lob shot,
square block,
chart chart,
crotch rot,
doth not,
from not,
god not,
got shot,
guard dropped,
guard knocked,
guard watched,
harvey scott,
heart knocked,
hot shot,
large chart,
large part,
not got,
not not,
pot shot,
sharp knock,
sharp notch,
sharp shock,
sharp watch,
starved heart,
stock shot,
air plot,
harp lute,
score plots,
sharp light,
square plate,
job lots,
bar chart,
drop lock,
drop shots,
from hot,
from part,
got lost,
heart heart,
large heart,
lost the plot,
not lost,
not part,
odd lots,
pop lock,
pop tart,
sharp spots,
square knots,
star chart,
stopped heart

3 syllables:
hectare plots,
harbor yacht,
passage blocked,
charter yacht,
enlarged heart,
compare plate,
sharply at,
marble heart,
awful lot,
carnal heart,
coffee pot,
martial art,
parking lot,
partial heart,
response plots,
stopper knot

4 syllables:
semilog plots,
an awful lot,
potato plots

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