Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lay bare:

2 syllables:
may bear,
day care,
jane eyre,
lake eyre,
may share,
play fair,
sage hare,
spray where,
stay where,
take care,
cave bear,
gray hair,
maybe where,
base pair,
shape where,
aisle where,
blade where,
blame where,
brain where,
cane chair,
case where,
chain where,
claim where,
drain where,
eight where,
eighth share,
faith therein,
faith where,
flame where,
frame where,
glade where,
grace where,
grade where,
grain where,
grate where,
grave where,
graze where,
hague where,
have erred,
laisse faire,
maids hair,
maine where,
phase where,
phrase where,
place where,
plain where,
plane where,
plate where,
played fair,
played where,
plays share,
plays where,
prague where,
praise where,
quays where,
rail chair,
same care,
scale where

3 syllables:
array where,
calais where,
delay where,
survey where,
today share,
today where,
today bears,
always share,
always where,
arrays where,
assays where,
became chair,
campaign chair,
campaign where,
debate where,
decade where,
detail where,
domain where,
drawer where,
enclave where,
estate where,
explain where,
facade where,
female heirs,
female share,
female where,
kuwait where,
layer where,
obtain where,
player where,
portrait where,
prayer where,
prevail where,
remain where,
replace where

4 syllables:
passageway where,
aggregate share,
ascertain where,
concentrate where,
consulate where,
hawaii where,
japanese share

Some other possibilities:

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