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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bronze age:

2 syllables:
john cage,
from page,
from stage,
hot stage,
john said,
once have,
once said,
shock stage,
square stage,
block change,
cause change,
dogs have,
gods have,
jobs have,
john kane,
john lane,
john wain,
john wayne,
not change,
square change,
stars have,
stock change,
giant stage,
month stage,
john day,
john gay,
john jay,
john rae,
john ray,
modes change,
month change,
stars change,
black sage,
sham rage,
at page,
back page,
for wage,
from said,
from sale,
glass stage,
grass stage,
half page,
house stage,
mom said,
splash page,
that page,
tom said,
your page,
from base,
from cape,
from case,
from date,
from faith,
from jail,
from lake,
from late,
from pain,
from rain,
from yale,
garage sale,
god said,
god save,
god says,
john hay,
not safe,
not said,
not save,
prof. sayce,
rocks have,
square sail,
st johns day,
swap sale,
tom paine,
wash sale


3 syllables:
bourgeois stage,
response stage,
embrace change,
females have,
common sage,
response change,
thomas gage,
gonna change,
naja haje,
enough stage


4 syllables:
another page,
iron cage


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