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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with greylag:

2 syllables:
mail bag,
phase lag,
tail tag,
may lack,
brain fag,
fail at,
game bag,
quail at,
sale at,
scale at,
scrape algae,
face ague,
night hag,
stray dog,
lay back,
pay back,
play back,
stay back,
sway back,
way back,
age at,
age had,
aim at,
ate at,
bake at,
base at,
bay cat,
came at,
cape ann,
case at,
case had,
date at,
day pass,
day shall,
day than,
day that,
days at,
days had,
face ache,
face at,
face had,
faith had,
faith that,
fate had,
gain at,
game at,
gate at,
gave at,
gaze at,
grace had,
have at,
have had,
hay cap,
jane had,
kate had,
laid at,
lake at,
late at,
made at,
make at,
may pass,
may that,
name at,
name had,
page at,
paid at,
pain at,
pay cash,
pay that,
phase at,
place at,
place had,
plane at,
plane had,
plate at,
play that,
played at,
plays at,
pray that,
race at,
race had,
rage at


3 syllables:
detail at,
retail at,
prayer flag,
always at,
always had,
away than,
away that,
away what,
became at,
brigade had,
campaign had,
campaign hat,
contain at,
debate at,
delay shall,
estate at


4 syllables:
japanese had


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