Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fast-paced:

2 syllables:
class taste,
craft based,
draft based,
grant based,
plant based,
cracked paint,
craft paint,
glass placed,
plant waste,
class based,
bad taste,
blast gate,
flask placed,
glass faced,
glass paint,
glass waste,
graft placed,
grant placed,
lacked taste,
last date,
lasts eight,
matte paint,
paths traced,
plant placed,
plants spaced,
shall taste,
that faced,
brand based,
land based,
planned based,
stand based,
and taste,
and waste,
bland taste,
branch based,
class state,
class tastes,
dance based,
flaps based,
glass state,
graphs based,
grass state,
last eight,
mass. state,
passed eight,
past eight,
paths based,
plans based,
range based,
stance based,
that placed,
blacks faced,
caste based,
clamp placed,
flask shaped,
had placed,
host based,
plaque placed,
staff placed,
stamp placed,
takes paint,
and placed,
facts based,
grants based,
graph based,
had faced,
match based,
plants based,
ranked based,
sad faced,
stack based,
staff based

3 syllables:
forecast based,
faster paced,
abstract based,
contact based,
forecasts based,
advanced waste,
nasty taste,
pasty faced,
advance based,
advanced taste,
attacks based,
finance based,
master placed,
japan placed,
although based,
attack based,
ballet based,
basis based,
chapter based,
classes based,
contacts based,
factor based,
glasses based,
japan based,
masses based,
packet based

4 syllables:
reactor based

Some other possibilities:

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