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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beltway:

2 syllables:
felt way,
best way,
surest way,
cells may,
else may,
gets way,
health may,
lead the way,
test may,
held sway,
air way,
best ways,
cell may,
fair way,
felt safe,
fresh way,
help pay,
shell trade,
well may,
yet may,
dressed weight,
end may,
felt age,
net weight,
nett weight,
shell weight,
tell tale,
well take,
claire blais,
death play,
edge play,
fair play,
pressure may,
tenth day,
dead pay,
death day,
head may,
shelled maize,
air may,
air train,
bears weight,
belle glade,
belle plain,
belle plaine,
best case,
best days,
blessed faith,
breast pain,
breast shape,
care may,
cell plate,
chest pain,
chest x-ray,
chest x ray,
crest trail,
czech trade,
death may,
death ray,
death train

3 syllables:
direct way,
agent may,
as well he may,
as well she may,
content may,
effect may,
object may,
perfect day,
project may,
subject may,
affect weight,
content weight,
direct weight,
hotel trade,
object weighs,
percent weight,
perfect weight,
prevent weight,
recent weight,
better way,
delta wave,
marcel wave,
welter weight,
triceps surae,
result may,
accept faith,
accept trade,
access trail,
affect trade,
compel state,
complex ways,
concepts have,
depressed phase,
depressed trade,
detect trace,
direct chain,
direct mail,
direct phase

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