Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with muckrake:

2 syllables:
but make,
can make,
can take,
cup shake,
dumb cake,
just take,
men make,
men take,
must take,
plum cake,
then make,
then take,
thus make,
baikal lake,
buck naked,
but take,
judge drake,
squirrel hake,
truck crane,
truck makes,
van eyck,
lich wake,
quick shake,
blood caked,
blood drain,
blood makes,
blood rain,
brush makes,
bundt cake,
but makes,
butt naked,
can raise,
chief makes,
chief shakes,
cut rate,
def rate,
douglas makes,
duck pate,
duck tape,
duct tape,
fuck face,
get naked,
judge makes,
just make,
man makes,
mud snake,
must make,
pump fake,
run rate,
scrub race,
stress makes,
stuff makes,
suck face,
sun baked,
then makes,
thus makes,
tongue makes,
truck weight,
twice makes,
was naked,
chalk creek,
check brake,
leg breaks,
chief ouray,
chief ray,
drum brakes,
durant drake,
front brake

3 syllables:
sea drake,
dinah craik,
tea cake,
extra grain,
acid rain,
advice makes,
alice makes,
eccles cake,
excel makes,
extra brain,
extra freight,
extra trade,
extra train,
juice shake,
office makes,
mulock craik,
uncle craig,
allah makes,
brian brake,
conduct makes,
conduct trade,
david drake,
enoch train

4 syllables:
admiral drake

Some other possibilities:

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