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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vaginate:

3 syllables:
channel eight,
shall abate,
shall await,
travel eight,
allen tate,
happened eight,
again eight,
fallen knight,
sarah knight,
batch update,
nahum tate,
addle pate,
brazen age,
carat weight,
class debate,
grand debate,
granted eight,
handle eight,
lasted eight,
nathan hale,
panel weight,
planted eight,
rapid rate,
rapid weight,
shall update,
status state,
traveled eight,
travelled eight,
valid dates,
ashen faced,
fashion based,
fashion plate,
nation based,
nation faced,
nation state,
balance state,
balance weight,
barren state,
barren waste,
batten plate,
brazen faced,
brazen gates,
fallen state,
fragile state,
gallon paint,
happen based,
haven state,
pages based,
patton state,
valence state,
catch alight,
hannah might,
having eight,
saddam might,
sarah might,
broad debate,
caml light,
channel height,
channel light,
data rate,
hang a right,
jacket tight,
kappa light,
panel light,
rapid height,
saddle height,
sarah white,
sarah wright,
solid eight,
travel light,
vanna white,
had delayed,
sarah said


4 syllables:
examined eight,
lndiana state,
lousiana state,
montana state,
panel layout,
savannah state,
abstraction faite,
donation rates,
expansion rate,
reaction rate,
farallon plate,
gradual weight



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