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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pattypan:

3 syllables:
attic fan,
hat in hand,
static and,
that island,
aging and,
baggage and,
basis and,
basis than,
bathing and,
black island,
cabbage and,
cabin and,
calling and,
canning and,
cap in hand,
carriage and,
cash in hand,
cracking and,
danish and,
falling and,
graham island,
graphic and,
grass island,
harris and,
laughing and,
magic and,
manage and,
mapping and,
massive and,
package and,
packing and,
panic and,
passing and,
passive and,
patch island,
planning and,
rabbit and,
saipan island,
savage and,
scanning and,
tracking and,
traffic and,
that japan,
acting and,
active and,
active than,
baltic and,
casting and,
classic and,
drafting and,
fasting and,
flash in the pan,
lasting and,
panting and,
patrick and,
planting and,
plastic and,
static scan,
that demand,
aga khan,
sat upon,
that upon


4 syllables:
a flash in the pan,
advantage and,
attic again,
attractive and,
attractive than,
chromatic range,
elastic and,
forecasting and,
latter island,
matter in hand,
romantic and,
scattering and,
aromatic plant,
schematic plans,
static pattern


5 syllables:
diplomatic and,
schematic pattern


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