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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skin graft:

2 syllables:
chris craft,
chris kraft,
his craft,
witch craft,
this draft,
this grant,
which grant,
will grant,
prince kraft,
since grant,
shrink wrapped,
being tracked,
being trapped,
in rat,
pinch grafts,
things wrapped,
bill brandt,
drilled shaft,
gift wrapped,
in plant,
in the past,
is trapped,
prince passed,
print paste,
shift shaft,
since last,
since passed,
still trapped,
this tract,
were trapped,
rink rat,
being grasped,
being wrapped,
built craft,
rigged craft,
skilled craft,
string wrapped,
thick shaft,
thing wrapped,
think grant,
whim shaft,
build rafts,
built rafts,
drill shaft,
fifth draft,
hint that,
hints at,
in fact,
in last,
in past,
in the act,
is wrapped,
since that,
since what,
sins that,
spear shaft,
stiff shaft,
still grasped,
still wrapped,
which grants,
being classed,
gym rat,
routing graph,
being smashed,
big cat,
dined at,
fig gnat,
grinned at,
hint at,
in. that,
in act,
in alt,
in fat,
in that,
in what,
insure that,
pin grass,
prince murat


3 syllables:
submit draft,
until grant,
urban craft,
allan grant,
flying craft,
going craft,
river craft,
their craft,
achille murat,
issued draft,
lewis grant,
micki grant,
miller draft,
chimney draft,
demand draft,
inner shaft,
linda grant,
liver grafts


4 syllables:
recurring grant,
submitted draft,
commission draft,
commission grant



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