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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mistakes:

2 syllables:
paris makes,
swiss lakes,
this makes,
christ makes,
christ sakes,
bridge makes,
gill rakes,
it makes,
paris cafes,
skill makes,
smith makes,
sphere makes,
spring makes,
stick makes,
still makes,
string makes,
switch makes,
there makes,
thing makes,
which makes,
chris chase,
guilt makes,
his base,
his case,
his face,
his pace,
his race,
his tastes,
in states,
it states,
pick axe,
prince makes,
print makes,
script makes,
shift makes,
since states,
six states,
smith states,
string states,
swift makes,
swing states,
switch states,
there states,
this base,
this case,
this face,
this race,
this space,
which states,
with states,
wrist weights,
christ breaks,
his taste,
it dates,
piss take,
there dates,
which dates,
bill gates,
bit rates,
firing rates,
hiring rates,
parish rates,
queer shapes,
spring rates,
still waits,
there waits,
which shapes,
douglas makes,
press makes,
sized lakes,
stress makes,
stress states,
thus makes,
twice makes

3 syllables:
eclipse stakes,
mistake is,
career makes,
conflict makes,
intake is,
lewis makes,
lewis states,
oblige states,
tissue makes,
wissel lakes,
bigger stakes,
career dates,
crystal lakes,
sister makes,
system makes,
adding weights,
access makes,
advice makes,
alice makes,
express states,
extra states,
office makes,
office states,
progress makes,
success makes,
unless states

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