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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lay into:

2 syllables:
brain to,
chain to,
cousin to,
deign to,
fain to,
gain to,
grain to,
hint to,
in. to,
in to,
in tow,
kin to,
lane to,
main to,
maine to,
min to,
pain to

3 syllables:
paying to,
playing to,
praying to,
saying to,
akin to,
basin to,
laying low,
paying no,
saying no,
saying so,
bay window,
claiming to,
dating to,
failing to,
making to,
sailing to,
saying how,
straining to,
taking to,
trading to,
training to,
waiting to,
basic to,
davis to,
native to,
state shinto,
dying to,
flying to,
lying to,
trying to,
making do,
play up to,
casing shoe,
laying those,
making no,
may impose,
paying those,
playing phone,
playing those,
saying goes,
saying those,
taking no,
training shoe,
weighing those,
hayek wrote,
natives who,
attain to,
berlin to,
came unto,
campaign to,
claimant to,
complain to,
complaint to,
consign to,
domain to,
explain to

4 syllables:
explaining to,
pertaining to,
remaining to,
today window,
replying to,
remaining dough,
as the saying goes,
betraying those,
containing no,
obeying those,
portraying those,
saying hello,
mosaic shows,
adjacent to,
appertain to,
creation to,
occasion to

5 syllables:
appertaining to,
japanese shinto,
combination to,
compensation to,
concentration to,
consolation to,
conversation to,
declaration to,
explanation to,
obligation to

Some other possibilities:

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