Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reed mace:

2 syllables:
speed chase,
speed makes,
seat base,
beach face,
brief case,
by grace,
by place,
cheap place,
dry place,
each case,
each face,
free grace,
free space,
knee brace,
lease space,
lousy place,
my place,
seam lace,
sheep chase,
steep place,
steve case,
surely place,
they place,
three space,
thy grace,
very place,
wheel base,
nietzsche makes,
sheet makes,
street makes,
wheat makes,
beach makes,
brede place,
breeze makes,
by case,
by race,
cheese makes,
creed based,
creek makes,
free base,
fried cakes,
green makes,
greene makes,
grief makes,
keep pace,
my case,
my face,
my race,
peace makes,
piece makes,
queen makes,
routine makes,
scene makes,
screen makes,
see case,
ski race,
sleep makes,
speech makes,
speed based,
steel makes,
teeth makes,
they face,
thy face,
trees makes,
wheel makes,
whey face,
wry face,
beauty makes,
cream makes,
dewey makes,
dream makes

3 syllables:
chinese space,
entry space,
extreme case,
athlete makes,
concrete makes,
agreed place,
agreed rates,
appeal makes,
areas makes,
belief makes,
believe makes,
college makes,
college mates,
exceed rates,
fatigue makes,
ideas makes,
machine makes,
needle lace,
oblique case,
proceed based,
release makes,
relief makes,
agreed dates,
decree makes,
degree makes,
entry dates,
entry makes,
expressly makes

4 syllables:
already makes

Some other possibilities:

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