Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with laid paper:

3 syllables:
grade papers,
trade papers,
grade labor,
trade labor,
blade razor,
played later,
said later,
stayed later,
trade later,
eight papers,
slate papers,
state papers,
straight papers,
straight taper,
weight papers,
ale draper,
blaine papers,
blake papers,
chase papers,
crane papers,
hayes papers,
paine papers,
payne papers,
place papers,
stale papers,
twain papers,
wayne papers,
state baker,
state labor,
aid prayer,
day trader,
plate maker,
raise labor,
slave labor,
stage labor,
state laser,
state later,
straight razor,
stray papers,
wage labor,
wayne baker,
weight gainer,
weight trainer,
bay stater,
brave danger,
brave sailor,
came later,
claim later,
craig taylor,
days later,
game changer,
grave danger,
lace maker,
maybe later,
pace maker,
phrase later,
place later,
plays later,
rain maker,
sail maker,
shale shaker,
shape changer,
shape later

4 syllables:
unpaid labor,
cascade laser,
decade later,
repaid later,
estate papers,
contain papers,
duane papers,
germain papers,
haldane papers,
mclane papers,
create labor,
estate labor,
await later,
brady papers,
contained papers,
create danger,
create later,
create safer,
debate later,
detailed papers,
female neighbor,
obtain labor,
replace labor,
survey papers,
always danger,
always favor,
always safer,
became later,
became safer,
campaign later,
complain later,
explain later,
obtain favor

5 syllables:
japanese papers,
aggregate labor,
japanese labor,
japanese sailor

Some other possibilities:

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