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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with garage sale:

2 syllables:
square sail,
scotch gale,
scotch shale,
bob tail,
both male,
cart tail,
dog nail,
from jail,
from yale,
lock rail,
not fail,
bar scale,
block sales,
block scale,
box tail,
cause sales,
choir aisle,
fox tail,
from male,
from sales,
large whale,
lodge tales,
lodge trail,
log scale,
slop pail,
square sails,
stock sales,
yacht sailed,
yacht sales,
charge sales,
large sales,
large scale,
drag sail,
fore sail,
gaff sail,
lodge while,
dogs tail,
mares tail,
both males,
cause failed,
cause fails,
crop tailed,
from said,
giant whale,
god said,
god save,
god says,
guard rail,
john said,
lodge gate,
mom said,
not failed,
not safe,
not said,
not save,
once have,
once said,
prof. sayce,
rocks have,
square bales,
square nails,
tom said,
cross aisle,
march sales,
charge failed,
chart scale,
costs sales,
crops failed,
france failed,
giant scale,
giant snail,
large males,
large nails,
month sales,
months sales

3 syllables:
berard haile,
compare sales,
prepare sales,
response scale,
passage while,
dado rail,
scottish shale,
swallow tail,
towel rail,
bizarre tales,
bobby scale,
coffee sales,
coma scale,
copper sales,
cotton sails,
cotton sales,
cotton scale,
dollar sales,
father sailed,
madame de stael

4 syllables:
semilog scale,
fianna fail,
macleod trail,
anomie scale,
another scale

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