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

2 syllables:
grays inn,
came in.,
may win,
stay in/,
days on,
gaze on,
lays on,
plays an,
plays on,
raise an,
says an,
says on,
stays on,
day since,
grace since,
place since,
praise him,
raise him,
space since,
trace since,
way since,
cake tin,
cave ins,
days if,
days is,
days it,
fade ins,
grain tin,
phrase is,
plays is,
praise is,
raise his,
raise it,
rays is,
says his,
says is,
says it,
spray rinse,
straight hinge,
straight pin,
tail fin,
ways is,
ways it,
whale fin,
dayes since,
days since,
glaze kiln,
james innes,
phrase since,
plays since,
weigh ins,
base on,
case an,
case on,
face an,
face on,
place an,
place on,
race on,
space on,
age on,
aid on,
bale on,
bei den,
blame on,
brake on,
came an,
came on,
claim an,
claim on,
date on,
day can,
day when,
drain on

3 syllables:
always an,
always on,
delay since,
survey since,
today signed,
today since,
always his,
always is,
always signed,
always since,
gazing on,
raising an,
razor thin,
abhay singh,
attain an,
away when,
became an,
campaign on,
contain an,
create an,
debate on,
detail on,
dilate on

4 syllables:
japanese chin,
japanese since,
concentrate on

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