Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in a way:

3 syllables:
being away,
him away,
tearing away,
chip away,
did away,
fill away,
is away,
it away,
kiss away,
piss away,
slip away,
strip away,
tick away,
were away,
wish away,
signed away,
it today,
done away,
ran away,
run away,
blink away,
binet age,
cleared away,
drift away,
income may,
paris subway,
print today,
shift away,
slipped away,
slips away,
still await,
stripped away,
there await,
ticked away,
whisk away,
years away,
linda waite,
come away,
them away,
bear away,
breath away,
brush away,
chuck away,
cut away,
ebb away,
edge away,
fell away,
get away,
head away,
look away,
peg away,
plug away,
pull away,
push away,
put away,
rub away,
rush away,
scare away,
scrub away,
shut away,
squirrel away,
step away,
took away,
tuck away,
was away,
wear away,
well away,
bring today,
firing delay,
him today,
image may,
thing today,
bridge today,
built today,
christ today,
civil day

4 syllables:
admit today,
manila bay,
blowing away,
doing away,
going away,
laying away,
playing away,
throwing away,
berlin today,
finite array,
fritter away,
wither away,
clear away,
given away,
hidden away,
asking today,
image array,
similar array,
admission day,
appear today,
career today,
clear today

5 syllables:
virginia wade

6 syllables:
virginia highway

Some other possibilities:

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