Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gamma ray:

3 syllables:
bang away,
back away,
bash away,
chat away,
had a way,
laugh today,
pack away,
pass away,
stack away,
stash away,
that today,
yack away,
yap away,
asa gray,
damage may,
lammas day,
laugh away,
tampa bay,
from away,
and away,
channel eight,
hand away,
plant today,
tana lake,
than today,
at calais,
backed away,
bashed away,
blast away,
brazen age,
cast away,
castle hayne,
catch today,
class today,
classes have,
classes may,
craft today,
had delayed,
jaffa cake,
kappa chain,
match today,
nathan hale,
nation may,
packet day,
passed away,
passed today,
pat a cake,
plaque assays,
racket tail,
sabbath day,
salad days,
sarah gayle,
sarah payne,
sarah said,
shall abate,
shall attain,
shall avail,
shall await,
shall delay,
snatched away,
staff today,
status may,
takes away,
track relay,
track today,
travel eight,
what a shame,
hannah prayed,
manta rays,
allen raine,
alpha rays,
baron rayleigh,
barrel race,
brahman named,
cabot trail,
dapple gray,
mammoth cave,
packet trace,
palm sunday,
plasma phase,
plasma tail,
rapid rate,
sample may,
sarah raised

4 syllables:
annular array,
channel array,
japan today,
ventana cave,
attack today,
battle array,
lattice array,
tabular array,
examined eight,
example may,
hammered away,
hammers away,
sample array,
samuel hayes

5 syllables:
montana highway,
capacitor array

Some other possibilities:

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