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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fair game:

2 syllables:
death came,
them came,
pair gain,
chair frame,
chess games,
herein named,
share blame,
share names,
shell games,
spare frame,
therein named,
where james,
where names,
there came,
air time,
spare time,
where time,
air lane,
death claim,
end came,
fresh claim,
net gain,
whence came,
air base,
air date,
air mail,
air wave,
bears eight,
chair days,
check names,
death james,
eyre lake,
fresh gale,
fresh names,
great bear lake,
hair lace,
head gate,
hell gate,
lend name,
lent name,
met gaze,
press frame,
press named,
pressure aimed,
self same,
share faith,
steps aimed,
tare weight,
them gave,
where faith,
where maize,
where weight,
wretch named,
floor games,
share gains,
where claims,
where grain,
air may,
air rage,
air raid,
air way,
bear raid,
care may,
chair frames,
chair rail


3 syllables:
their fame,
their name,
merry games,
their aim,
their games,
ever came,
letter came,
never came,
any name,
assess blame,
brunette named,
effect aimed,
expressed shame,
hotel named,
janet frame,
object aimed,
project aimed,
repair phase,
career games,
their claim,
unfair claims,
attend games,
carry names,
complex games,
heroine named,
larry james,
marry james,
merely aimed


4 syllables:
primary aim,
primary claim,
primary gain,
dilemma games,
library james,
library named,
library names


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