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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with damage:

2 syllables:
back judge,
black judge,
clam up,
glam up,
shall judge,
slam on,
staff judge,
that judge,
black smudge,
back edge,
law judge,
bang on,
chan op,
chang an,
gang up,
hang on,
hang up,
pan am,
plan an,
plan as,
plan has,
plan on,
prang up,
sprang on,
sprang up,
than an,
than as,
than has,
than non,
than on,
than u.s.,
than us,
add an,
add on,
add up,
at al,
at an,
at as,
at el,
at hull,
at le,
at on,
at ten,
at u.s.,
at us,
back an,
back as,
back on,
back up,
bad as,
bag on,
bag up,
bash on,
black as,
black ice,
black on,
brash ice,
cap on,
capp, al,
capp al,
cash on,
cash up,
cat ice,
catch on,
catch up,
chat up,
clap on,
clap up,
class as,
class has,
class on,
crack on,
crack up,
crap up,
dab on,
drag ass,
drag on,
drag up,
fat as,
fat ass,
fat hen,
fat on,
flag on,
flag up,
flash on,
flat as,
flat on,
glass as,
glass on,
grass on


3 syllables:
abram man,
japan as,
japan has,
japan on,
apache chief,
attack as,
attack on,
attack us


4 syllables:
abraham man


Some other possibilities:

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