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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with grayness:

2 syllables:
aid us,
gave us,
glaze ice,
have us,
made us,
make us,
may thus,
phase assay,
plate assay,
save us,
stage assay,
take us,
bay ice,
pay us,
brain is,
chain is,
gain his,
gain is,
grain is,
pain is,
plain is,
plane is,
rain is,
spain is,
strain is,
train is,
brain as,
brain has,
gain as,
name must,
pain as,
pain has,
plain as,
plane as,
spain as,
spain has,
train as,
based assay,
chain up,
drain on,
freight ass'n,
gain an,
gain on,
have thus,
lace ups,
make ups,
makes us,
may just,
pain on,
plane on,
played ducks,
rain on,
rave ups,
saved us,
stain on,
strain on,
tails assay,
train on,
wake ups,
weigh twice,
weight twice,
grain roughness,
grain twice,
lay ups,
plane truss,
scale roughness,
shaikh nasir

3 syllables:
kinase assay,
persuade us,
exchange assay,
campaign is,
contain his,
domain is,
explain his,
obtain his,
regain his,
restrain his,
sustain his,
campaign as,
contain as,
obtain as,
remain as,
asia is,
attain an,
campaign on,
contain an,
made a house,
make a house,
obtain an,
remain an,
remain on,
sustain an,
contain twice,
made an ass,
make an ass,
remain chaste,
taken us

4 syllables:
uncertain as,
jamaica house,
mutation assay

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