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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mismatch:

2 syllables:
paris match,
disk cache,
quick match,
string match,
is matched,
chicks hatch,
skin patch,
spring catch,
spring latch,
still catch,
thick patch,
thick thatch,
will catch,
chess match,
skills match,
being matched,
his map,
ill matched,
is mad,
quick catch,
this map,
this mass,
were matched,
can match,
death match,
good match,
grudge match,
his watch,
met match,
struck match,
swiss watch,
sized patch,
beer mat,
big mac,
bit map,
bliss shall,
brick ranch,
chicks hatched,
christ at,
christ had,
cleared patch,
drip mat,
film at,
grid map,
his back,
his bad,
his bag,
his cap,
his dad,
his gang,
his lack,
his lap,
his pack,
his palm,
his path,
his staff,
his that,
his wrath,
in mass,
is back,
is bad,
is lack,
is that,
is what,
limbs ached,
list at,
paris shall,
paris that,
pierre masse,
shrimp catch,
spring ranch,
strip map,
this back,
this bad,
this gap,
this lack,
this pass,
this path,
this shall,
this than,
this that,
this what,
with map,
with mass,
cross match


3 syllables:
tissue match,
ploughing match,
pissing match,
tennis match,
aphis fabae,
assist at,
exist at,
playing catch,
richard hatch,
sticky patch,
access hatch,
address match,
closer match


4 syllables:
precisely match


Some other possibilities:

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