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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rat tail:

2 syllables:
at yale,
basse taille,
fat tails,
flat nail,
that fail,
that male,
what ails,
stout ale,
1st-class mail,
1st class mail,
at age,
at eight,
black mail,
black male,
black shale,
black whale,
brass scale,
cash sale,
class scale,
drag sail,
fan mail,
gaff sail,
glass scale,
glass snail,
lath nail,
pass fail,
scrag whale,
shall fail,
staff failed,
tag sale,
tax sale,
than male,
that age,
that aid,
that aim,
that eight,
that have,
that take,
what age,
what have,
black tails,
dag tailed,
fan tailed,
flat scale,
grande taille,
kaibab trail,
last sale,
packed trail,
that failed,
that fails,
that males,
that sales,
track trail,
broad aisle,
all hail,
black isle,
brown ale,
choir aisle,
cross aisle,
drawn aisle,
from male,
laugh while,
slop pail,
small hail,
south aisle,
store aisle,
had eight,
clan name,
class eight,
class have,
jack cade,
jazz age,
shall have,
staff have,
than age,
than eight,
than have,
at al,
at all,
at el,
at heel,
at hull,
at le,
brought tales,
cat hole,
cat owl,
class style,
clout nail,
flap tile,
flat file,
leet ale,
light ale,
not fail


3 syllables:
apache trail,
japan have,
a tall tale,
bizarre tales,
combat while,
outer aisle,
petite taille


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