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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trade in:

2 syllables:
came in.,
grays inn,
may win,
fade ins,
stay in/,
aid on,
bei den,
laid on,
made an,
made on,
paid an,
paid on,
played an,
played on,
raid on,
said an,
said don,
said on,
stayed on,
aid him,
bade him,
cake tin,
grain tin,
laid him,
made him,
paid him,
straight hinge,
straight pin,
aid is,
blade is,
cave ins,
day did,
day since,
grace since,
grade is,
laid his,
laid it,
made here,
made his,
made if,
made is,
made it,
paid his,
paid is,
paid it,
place since,
played his,
played it,
said dick,
said here,
said his,
said if,
said is,
said it,
space since,
spray rinse,
stayed here,
tail fin,
trace since,
way did,
way since,
whale fin,
grade since,
made since,
played hymns,
played since,
prayed since,
weigh ins,
date on,
freight ton,
late on,
plate on,
rate on,
spray tan,
state an,
state on,
straight on


3 syllables:
betrayed him,
persuade him,
afraid it,
betrayed his,
delay since,
persuade his,
survey since,
today signed,
today since,
afraid since,
decade since,
delayed since,
khayr ad din,
trading on,
create an,
debate on,
dilate on,
estate on,
update on


4 syllables:
japanese chin,
predicate on


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