Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cribbage:

2 syllables:
chinn ridge,
spring ridge,
thick ridge,
this ridge,
brick bridge,
bridge bridge,
swing bridge,
this bridge,
lip bit,
strip being,
brick being,
bridge being,
cheque being,
cousin being,
did bit,
ditch being,
drill being,
drill bit,
firing being,
flint ridge,
here being,
him being,
his beer,
his being,
his bid,
his big,
his bill,
if being,
ill being,
in being,
in big,
is being,
is big,
it being,
near beer,
paris being,
parish being,
pitch being,
quill bit,
rib knit,
ridge being,
sheer being,
sin bin,
singh being,
skill being,
smith being,
spear being,
sphere being,
split being,
spring being,
squib kick,
stick being,
stick bib,
still being,
stitch being,
string being,
switch being,
there being,
thing being,
this being,
this big,
this bill,
this bit,
trick being,
twin bill,
were being,
were big,
which being,
with being,
with big,
with bill,
built bridge,
kings bridge,
lift bridge,
clipped hedge,
chalk ridge

3 syllables:
admit being,
berlin being,
career being,
finger ridge,
hilly ridge,
inner ridge,
linear ridge,
olive tinge,
piney ridge,
relish being,
resin being,
river ridge,
until being,
virgin being,
flying bridge,
playing bridge,
powick bridge,
river bridge,
schering bridge,
swaying bridge,
timber ridge,
tissue bridge,
algal ridge

4 syllables:
nearby ridge

Some other possibilities:

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