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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ligase:

2 syllables:
there raise,
will hays,
his gaze,
brick clays,
quick clays,
quick phase,
big eight,
big game,
fin rays,
his aides,
his aims,
his days,
his sales,
his ways,
in days,
in phase,
in ways,
it aims,
it lays,
it pays,
it says,
it weighs,
routing phase,
split phase,
still raise,
swing phase,
there raised,
thing weighs,
this phase,
were days,
were raised,
which aims,
which raise,
which says,
which weighs,
will raise,
with aids,
big names,
bridge games,
bring gains,
it gains,
quick gains,
skill games,
stick games,
still gazed,
string games,
thick glaze,
tin glaze,
fish eyes,
good days,
his eyes,
his size,
judge hayes,
this size,
with eyes,
lisle lace,
being eight,
bring eight,
did have,
fish have,
gill ale,
here have,
him have,
him made,
him make,
hip pain,
his age,
his aid,
his aide,
his aim,
his eight,
his said,
his sake,
in age,
in aid,
in eight,
in name,
is eight,
is safe,
is said,
it have,
it take


3 syllables:
appear raised,
benign phase,
billy hayes,
career phase,
clear days,
clear phase,
commit phase,
login names,
resin phase,
until phase,
berlin games,
career games,
clear gains,
clear glaze,
their gaze,
career highs,
extra phase,
adding eight



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