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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scratch sheet:

2 syllables:
and eat,
and heat,
at feet,
back beat,
back seat,
bad beat,
canned heat,
crab meat,
drag feet,
flat feet,
packs heat,
shall meet,
that meet,
track meet,
black heat,
black sheets,
brass sheets,
glass sheets,
shall eat,
that heat,
and beat,
and east,
and feet,
and meet,
at least,
back seats,
black beast,
black sheep,
canned meat,
catch these,
cats feet,
class meant,
class meets,
class street,
cracked wheat,
dragged feet,
drags feet,
fan leafed,
fat sheep,
had ceased,
had meant,
had reached,
match these,
match wheel,
patch reef,
plant wheat,
schwann sheath,
shall feast,
shall greet,
shall treat,
staff meant,
staff meets,
staff reached,
staff treat,
that meant,
that meets,
that reached,
that sweet,
track meets,
track reached,
valve seat,
at east,
back east,
blanche sweet,
blank sheets,
catch my,
class seats,
hatch street,
latch key,
panch sheel,
stacked sheets

3 syllables:
attached sheets,
apply at,
apply it,
attach these,
attack ceased,
attack meant,
attack reached,
attacks ceased,
badly hurt,
japan meant,
japan reached,
many feet,
packing heat,
paddy wheat,
advance sheets,
alloy sheets,
contact sheets,
galley sheets,
happy at,
many at,
many it,
nature meant,
nature reached,
sally out,
scattered sheets

4 syllables:
had a shy at,
really at,
really it,
really ought

Some other possibilities:

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