Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pro rata:

3 syllables:
no data,
to data,
two data,
whole lotta,
low latin,
those data,
to bottom,
whole latin,
whole rotten,
chloe nodded,
stone nodded,
to model,
bow clara,
cow cockle,
flows often,
growth often,
joe namath,
known novel,
known often,
no common,
no solid,
now common,
one often,
phone often,
prose often,
seiko watches,
shown often,
shows often,
smoke causes,
smoke often,
so chosen,
so common,
so far as,
spoke often,
stone often,
stroke often,
those awful,
those often,
throat often,
to common,
to police,
to thomas,
two causes,
two common,
who loses,
wrote often,
crow trodden,
combe martin,
how awful,
how often,
known drama,
known latin,
knows latin,
low profile,
now often,
prose drama,
quote latin,
shown dotted,
shows hosted,
slope profile,
so awful,
so often,
spoke latin,
stone cottage,
stone hearted,
those hostile,
throw bottles,
to boston,
to crop up,
two bottles,
two parted,
who often,
who wanted,
whole bottom,
whole drama,
whole hearted,
whose bottom,
whose latin,
wrote latin

4 syllables:
above data,
carreau model,
neo dada,
above often,
alone often,
approach chosen,
approach often,
plateau lavas,
plateau tonga,
above bottom,
above santa,
furrow bottom,
lower dotted,
lower santa,
neo latin,
promote cottage,
provoke hostile,
reflow profile,
remote cottage

5 syllables:
giacalone ramat,
lagoa santa

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