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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with selvage:

2 syllables:
pressure ridge,
delle vigne,
twelve in,
cell which,
shell fish,
shell which,
smell which,
spell which,
stelae which,
swell which,
tell which,
well wish,
air bridge,
belle fille,
bells in,
belt in,
belt is,
cell with,
cells in,
cells is,
cette ville,
dealt in,
dwell there,
dwell with,
dwells in,
dwelt in,
edged ridge,
else if,
else in,
else is,
else it,
et vir,
fell sick,
fell with,
felt him,
felt his,
felt in,
felt it,
felt tip,
health in,
health is,
health there,
held dear,
held here,
held him,
held his,
held in,
held it,
hell did,
hell with,
help him,
help his,
help if,
help in,
help is,
help it,
jet bridge,
knelt in,
melt in,
self in,
self is,
sells his,
shelf in,
shell being,
shell there,
shell thick,
shell with,
shells in,
smell being,
smell there,
spell being,
spell there,
tell this,
tells him,
tells his,
tells it,
wealth in,
wealth is,
wealth there,
well being,
well did,
well knit,
well there,
well this


3 syllables:
jewell ridge,
algal ridge,
hotel which,
lamellae which,
motel which,
access bridge,
cherry ridge,
compelled him,
hotel being,
hotel bill,
hotel pierre,
hotel there,
hotel with,
narrow ridge,
upheld in


4 syllables:
macquarie ridge


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