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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ash-gray:

2 syllables:
black gray,
scratch grain,
and gray,
at grade,
black grape,
class grade,
flag day,
mass grave,
shall grace,
shall graze,
staff grade,
tag day,
that grace,
bank may,
drag race,
match play,
act may,
and gay,
and lay,
and may,
and pay,
at play,
fact may,
fast day,
hand may,
land may,
last day,
last may,
plans may,
plant may,
shall stay,
that play,
brown gray,
or gray,
back bay,
back pay,
back way,
bank rate,
catch phrase,
frank crane,
match frame,
patch bay,
shall crave,
thank craig,
and day,
and pray,
and race,
and rain,
and raise,
at bay,
at day,
at prague,
back brace,
bad way,
black braid,
black frame,
black glaze,
black trade,
brass frame,
brass trays,
class brain,
class day,
class frame,
class freight,
class may,
class trade,
class train,
crack trade,
crack train,
craft trade,
fast train,
flange rail,
flash stage,
glass frame,
glass trade,
glass trays,
grand marais,
grant trade,
had prayed,
hand rail,
kaibab trail,
land rail,
lapse rate,
matte glaze,
matte spray,
pack train


3 syllables:
asa gray,
blackish gray,
apache trail,
advance rate,
alpha ray,
attract trade,
cathode ray,
combat pay,
japan trade,
manta ray,
nation may


4 syllables:
abraham prayed


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