Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with terai:

2 syllables:
dead eye,
et ai,
head high,
met eye,
set high,
air right,
chair height,
chair right,
fair isle,
hair dye,
share right,
stare right,
where right,
were high,
bell lyre,
belle isle,
breast high,
cell like,
cell line,
fell like,
held high,
kept eye,
left eye,
met eyes,
set eyes,
set time,
shell height,
shell like,
shell lime,
smell like,
them might,
well nigh,
air knife,
air like,
air line,
air mile,
air pipe,
air rights,
air tight,
air time,
blair might,
bread right,
breath right,
breathe right,
chair might,
chair while,
check crime,
check right,
check write,
claire might,
clare might,
dead rise,
death right,
dressed right,
flare light,
french rye,
glenn wright,
guess right,
hair like,
hair line,
head rhyme,
press right,
pressure height,
pressure right,
set right,
share might,
share rights,
share while,
shell right,
smell right,
spare time,
spare tyre,
spread right,
stare while,
stretch right,
terre cuite

3 syllables:
cherry eye,
any high,
beddy bye,
weather eye,
access right,
ahead right,
aware while,
express right,
fairly high,
hotel right,
janet tried,
marcel reich,
parry heide,
progress right,
repair guide,
repair might,
repair while,
success right,
their eyes

4 syllables:
cigarette right

5 syllables:
necessary height

Some other possibilities:

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