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

7 letters:
no data,
to data

8 letters:
two data,
to model,
no solid,
so awful,
so often,
neo dada

9 letters:
low latin,
to bottom,
bow clara,
no common,
one often,
so chosen,
so common,
so far as,
to common,
to police,
to thomas,
who loses,
how awful,
how often,
now often,
to boston,
who often,
neo latin

10 letters:
those data,
cow cockle,
joe namath,
now common,
two causes,
two common,
to crop up,
two parted,
who wanted,
above data

11 letters:
whole lotta,
whole latin,
flows often,
known novel,
known often,
phone often,
prose often,
shown often,
shows often,
smoke often,
spoke often,
stone often,
those awful,
those often,
wrote often,
known drama,
known latin,
knows latin,
low profile,
prose drama,
quote latin,
spoke latin,
two bottles,
whole drama,
whose latin,
wrote latin,
above often,
alone often,
above santa,
lower santa,
lagoa santa

12 letters:
whole rotten,
chloe nodded,
stone nodded,
growth often,
smoke causes,
stroke often,
throat often,
crow trodden,
combe martin,
shown dotted,
shows hosted,
whole bottom,
whose bottom,
above bottom,
lower dotted

13 letters:
seiko watches,
slope profile,
stone cottage,
stone hearted,
those hostile,
throw bottles,
whole hearted,
carreau model,
plateau lavas,
plateau tonga,
furrow bottom

14 letters:
approach often,
reflow profile,
remote cottage

15 letters:
approach chosen,
promote cottage,
provoke hostile,
giacalone ramat

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