Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prepay:

2 syllables:
they pay,
by day,
by may,
by ray,
by way,
my day,
my way,
si day,
they lay,
they may,
three way,
thy way,
very day,
why may,
by page,
by pain,
by play,
free play,
keep pace,
knee pain,
my pain,
see page,
sleep aid,
sleep eight,
they paid,
they play,
they pray,
very pale,
free base,
beinn eighe,
brief phase,
by case,
by date,
by faith,
by fate,
by jane,
by lane,
by late,
by mail,
by main,
by male,
by name,
by race,
by rail,
by rain,
by said,
by sale,
by weight,
dry lake,
dry rale,
dry shave,
dry weight,
each age,
each have,
each may,
each way,
fee tail,
feel age,
free weight,
ftp by mail,
heat haze,
heat ray,
key chain,
lee wave,
leet ale,
mean age,
my case,
my days,
my face,
my faith,
my fate,
my gaze,
my late

3 syllables:
appeal may,
areas have,
areas may,
chinese have,
college eight,
complete eight,
degree days,
degree phase,
entry phase,
exceed eight,
expressly waive,
grey jay,
ideas have,
ideas may,
machine age

4 syllables:
area may,
employee may,
idea may

Some other possibilities:

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