Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ganesha:

3 syllables:
grain edges,
plain edges,
hay tea,
neque etiam,
plane headed,
train headed,
frame edges,
blade edges,
claim merit,
frayed edges,
plate edges,
straight edges,
craig heron,
day began,
eighth heaven,
gray parrot,
nail headed,
phrase headed,
place seven,
played devil,
prayed heaven,
scale heaven,
scale level,
slave vessel,
trade arena,
vague guesses,
may mention,
brain began,
brain level,
chain began,
chain level,
chain methyl,
chain necklace,
crane began,
eighth session,
flame nettle,
grain began,
grain level,
gray headed,
have tea,
pay special,
place special,
plain began,
plain lesson,
plain level,
plain metal,
plains zebra,
plane began,
plane level,
plane metal,
planes headed,
pradesh chief,
shane phelan,
space section,
spain began,
spain ended,
strain began,
strain ellipse,
strain level

4 syllables:
elaine hedges,
attain heaven,
friday session,
obtain heaven,
today russia,
concave edges,
female messiah,
create heaven,
detail level,
female headed,
retail level,
survey began,
survey level,
survey vessel,
today began,
contain russia,
restrain russia,
array section,
campaign began,
campaign ended,
campaign medal,
contain metal,
contain methyl,
contain nested,
contain serum,
contain seven,
create session,
create tension,
domain level,
elaine began,
layer session,
malay special,
obtain serum,
portrait session,
prayer session,
remain level,
remain seven,
remain wedded,
remained heathen

5 syllables:
balvantray mehta,
acetate ethyl

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