Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with watch case:

2 syllables:
car chase,
clock face,
from base,
not face,
not trace,
pot lace,
prof. sayce,
rock face,
smock race,
spot face,
yacht race,
car race,
hot cakes,
square cakes,
lodge gates,
scratch race,
cause grace,
from grace,
garage space,
scotch gale,
block based,
block makes,
block rates,
block shapes,
block space,
both came,
cause based,
cause makes,
cause taste,
cause waste,
clock based,
clock makes,
clock rates,
cop waste,
dark age,
dog faced,
donne makes,
from cape,
from place,
from space,
god came,
god makes,
hot cake,
john cage,
john kane,
locke makes,
not based,
not place,
not waste,
park ave,
scarce space,
scotch shale,
scotch tape,
scott makes,
shock makes,
square based,
square place,
square shapes,
square space,
stock based,
stock makes,
swap space,
scotch kiss,
arch brace,
clark makes,
crotch chain,
dark place,
marked taste,
not taste,
rock cake,
starch based,
ambs ace,
at base,
at face,
ball race,
black face,
black race

3 syllables:
bizarre place,
horace chase,
passage based,
passage makes,
passage rates,
bombay house,
bourgeois states,
data base,
dual space,
horace makes,
response space,
bizarre shapes,
bourgeois taste,
coffee cakes,
compare rates,
johnny cakes,
plutarch makes,
remark makes,
about face,
about race

4 syllables:
another race,
potato race,
potato cakes

Some other possibilities:

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