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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with toss away:

3 syllables:
caught today,
fought today,
sought today,
taught today,
though today,
thought today,
cross today,
had a way,
all a case,
broad debate,
broad detail,
claude mckay,
court today,
drawn today,
fault relay,
for delay,
for resale,
for today,
foreign aid,
lawful age,
long delay,
or delay,
or remain,
small delay,
sora rail,
sport today,
store retail,
store today,
strong today,
talked today,
though delayed,
though female,
wrong today,
cross highway,
causal weight,
all up weight,
course today,
for sunday,
force today,
forces have,
forces may,
horse today,
horses neigh,
moral weight,
normal way,
source today,
sources have,
sources may,
talks today,
taught sunday,
thoughts today,
bought today,
brought today,
data may,
doubt today,
gala day,
gamma ray,
know today,
laugh today,
not today,
that today

4 syllables:
awesome array,
because delay,
because today,
along today,
among malay,
among today,
before today,
korea bay,
marajoara phase,
prolonged delay,
recall today,
report today,
support today,
transport today,
armed forces day,
before sunday,
divorce today,
georgia highway,
maurice allais,
about today,
canada day,
canada jay,
enough delay,
enough today,
osaka bay

5 syllables:
victoria day

Some other possibilities:

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