Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sand dab:

2 syllables:
alt tab,
and add,
and at,
and had,
band at,
band had,
black cab,
hand at,
hand hack,
hand had,
land at,
land had,
stand at,
land crab,
land grab,
amd am2901,
amd am2903,
amd am2910,
grant had,
palm crab,
plant at,
plant had,
bran mash,
branch at,
chan chan,
chance at,
dance at,
fan palm,
glance at,
glass crab,
glass slabs,
laughed at,
pan pan,
plan that,
plans had,
range at,
scan path,
slap dash,
than that,
than what,
and job,
hand job,
band gap,
and act,
and and,
and ask,
and back,
and bad,
and dance,
and fat,
and hand,
and jack,
and lack,
and mass,
and pass,
and sat,
and shall,
and that,
and what,
anne had,
bad at,
bad hat,
band and,
band pass,
band that,
bands at,
bland and,
brand and,
brands hatch,
dad had,
fan dance,
gland and,
grand and,
grand dance,
grand match,
grande cache,
grande jatte,
grande salle,
had at,
had had,
hand and,
hand ax,
hand back,
hand bag,
hand lathe,
hand than,
hand that,
hands at,
hands had

3 syllables:
advance at,
japan shall,
japan that,
suzanne szasz,
expand and,
gandhi had,
hackney cab,
japan at

4 syllables:
commander at,
commander had

5 syllables:
alexander had

Some other possibilities:

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