Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with war paint:

2 syllables:
boar taint,
score based,
shore based,
store based,
for waste,
or taste,
or waste,
sault saint,
sault sainte,
store waste,
for late,
for pains,
for weight,
force eight,
forth eight,
george saint,
gloss paints,
more weight,
nor gate,
or gate,
or late,
or placed,
or wait,
or weight,
porte saint,
scored eight,
short eight,
though faint,
xor gate,
all based,
broad based,
clause based,
door plate,
drawn based,
fault based,
for eight,
for pain,
fraud based,
half baked,
more pain,
or eight,
or hate,
or pain,
or plate,
or rate,
thought based,
wrong based,
awl shaped,
ball shaped,
caught naked,
cross shaped,
half naked,
long faced,
small taste,
straw placed,
strong taste,
though placed,
thought raced,
thought shaped,
board based,
corps based,
course based,
court based,
force based,
scored based,
scores based,
source based,
stores based,
though based,
all haste,
all saints,
baud rate,
board faced,
call date,
call rate,
called eight

3 syllables:
before saint,
because saint,
perform eight,
record date,
record eight,
support eight,
because based,
before eight,
absorb waste,
divorce based,
export based,
norway might,
perform based,
record based,
reform based,
report based,
story based,
support based,
transform based,
transport based,
acorn shaped,
among saints,
because weight,
before change

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