Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with in place:

2 syllables:
tin plates,
cousin grace,
since space,
sprint race,
being placed,
sling plates,
spring plates,
thing placed,
gin race,
his pace,
if placed,
is placed,
it placed,
schmidt plates,
shear plates,
smith placed,
sphere placed,
stick placed,
still placed,
switch placed,
switch plates,
there placed,
thick plaits,
thick plates,
this space,
tin plague,
tin plate,
were placed,
which placed,
with plates,
being the case,
bring grace,
cinque pace,
hinge plates,
lisle lace,
since placed,
string space,
strip placed,
touching grace,
wiring space,
film base,
his grace,
is the case,
its base,
its case,
its face,
lithe grace,
niche space,
pitch space,
queer space,
ridge trace,
sheer grace,
sheer space,
still trace,
there space,
this grace,
which space,
with grace,
with space,
thing plays,
touching base,
being plain,
being played,
his base,
his plays,
it plays,
schiff base,
spring plate,
still plays,
swing plane,
there plays,
thing plain,
this base,
tin glaze,
trick plays,
which plays,
wing case,
with base,
bit plane,
bridge plate,
chris chase,
filled lakes,
fish face,
fish plate,
flitch plate

3 syllables:
display his,
display is,
until placed,
adding space,
dinner plates,
inner plates,
thinner plates,
until grace,
until space,
appear plain,
bishop chase

4 syllables:
violin plays,
violin played,
liouville space,
kaolin clays

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