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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reanimate:

3 syllables:
dika nut,
by ballot,
lease asset,
real asset,
sheet asset,
shea nut,
clean bucket,
routine budget,
marine cement,
peace summit,
they commit,
bean aphid,
been added,
china added,
deemed asset,
even get,
even let,
even put,
marine acid,
queen added,
reason but,
scene added,
breen office,
by commas,
by descent,
china office,
china was,
clean office,
eagle butte,
feed budget,
freedom as,
freedom has,
freedom on,
green office,
leased asset,
marina office,
marine office,
meat puppet,
needed but,
peace ballot,
please debit,
queen alice,
queen helen,
reach adult,
routine office,
sheet debit,
steel bucket,
steep ascent,
surely result,
teach adult,
they result,
three famous,
treat adult,
very famous,
china might,
clean limit,
green helmet,
marine limit,
sea mud,
brief comment,
by adult,
by minute,
china front,
china has,
dean kamen,
free ascent


4 syllables:
area but,
oblique comment,
area must,
expressly limit,
grey mullet,
achieve adult,
agreed budget,
bovine nasal,
chinese puppet,
college budget,
complete adult,
complete budget,
degrees abaft,
exceed adult,
exceed budget,
maureen appel,
media asset,
obese adult,
relief budget,
saline nasal,
been on about,
bovine rumen,
china debate,
china summit,
china visit,
daily comet,
daily nugget,
delete comment,
fiery comet,
freedom about,
gabriel lalemant


5 syllables:
pharyngeal lumen,
agena rocket,
dopamine agents



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