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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bluejay:

2 syllables:
new way,
true way,
wu wei,
blu ray,
blue ray,
new day,
too may,
view may,
you lay,
you may,
you pay,
blue whale,
new wave,
new ways,
you wait,
you wake,
blue gage,
blue gray,
blue sage,
choose eight,
coos bay,
du pays,
due date,
few days,
food aid,
food may,
group have,
group may,
jews have,
kool aid,
moon ray,
new face,
new faith,
new game,
new laid,
new made,
new name,
new page,
new phase,
new play,
new race,
room mate,
rule may,
school age,
school have,
school may,
slew rate,
soon have,
soul may,
spoon nail,
sprue base,
too late,
too vague,
true faith,
true name,
truth may,
tube may,
use have,
use may,
views have,
views may,
you came,
you face,
you fail,
you gain,
you gave,
you made,
you make,
you name,
you paid,
you play,
you pray,
you raise,
you said,
you save,
you stay,
you take,
blue haze,
few have,
new age,
too have,
you hate,
you have,
bruce wayne,
duke wayne,
fruit weight,
loose weight


3 syllables:
undue weight,
produce aisle,
produce eight,
review phase,
reviewed eight,
undue faith,
acute weight,
produce weight


4 syllables:
absolute age,
absolute weight


Some other possibilities:

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