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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fadaise:

2 syllables:
flag days,
gang days,
had eyes,
at gaze,
fat tails,
that aims,
that pays,
that phase,
that says,
what ails,
what ways,
class aves,
flash phase,
frank hayes,
glass phase,
had eight,
lag phase,
shall raise,
staff aides,
and raise,
and says,
and ways,
bad day,
band aids,
gland weighs,
grand dames,
grande dames,
had raised,
last days,
aux cayes,
black eyes,
class size,
glass eyes,
law says,
or raise,
south hayes,
at age,
at eight,
cat tail,
rat tail,
that age,
that aid,
that aim,
that eight,
that have,
that take,
what age,
what have,
clan name,
class eight,
class have,
jack cade,
jazz age,
shall have,
staff have,
than age,
than eight,
than have,
all days,
and eyes,
bad as,
broad phase,
cross days,
few days,
for days,
four days,
god says,
good days,
had as,
half days,
her days,
lay days,
long days,
mad as,
more days,
my days,
or days,
own days,
three dayes,
three days,
two days,
war days,
younger days,
your days


3 syllables:
combat phase,
abram chayes,
attack phase,
gabby hayes,
happy days,
latter days,
many days,
myriad shades,
salad days,
bourgeois phase,
enough maize,
japan have,
degree days,
ember days,
our days


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