Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with forage:

2 syllables:
all large,
for are,
for hot,
for whom,
more are,
nor are,
or are,
or hot,
or rock,
small large,
though large,
war are,
court lodge,
for large,
george lodge,
north lodge,
or charge,
or large,
store charge,
store large,
shall lodge,
all are,
all whom,
claw bar,
draw bar,
draw shot,
half are,
law not,
laws are,
long are,
long hop,
loss are,
raw bar,
saw log,
saw not,
straw poll,
though both,
though far,
though god,
though locke,
though marred,
though not,
thought are,
wall are,
as george,
bayard dodge,
of george,
on george,
or age,
or range,
score range,
or watch,
board are,
caught large,
cough drop,
course are,
court are,
cross large,
door knob,
doors are,
draw from,
drawn large,
draws large,
falls lodge,
for art,
for both,
for cause,
for far,
for god,
for hard,
for heart,
for job,
for john,
for not,
for once,
for tom,
for top,
force are,
form are,
fraud charge,
gauge rod,
half from,
law are,
law from,
more far,
more harm

3 syllables:
before whom,
withdraw large,
before large,
explore large,
favour large,
among whom,
before age,
along large,
among large,
assault charge,
because large,
before god

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See forage used in context: 3 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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