Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with salads:

2 syllables:
at odds,
add ons,
strap ons,
all odds,
black cards,
black cause,
flash modes,
flat rods,
takes odds,
at los,
shall cause,
long odds,
pot odds,
saw logs,
square rods,
that adds,
at arms,
at johns,
black dogs,
brass knobs,
glass knobs,
graham argues,
plant awns,
shall argue,
shall honour,
snack bars,
squad cars,
all modes,
black clouds,
at cards,
at odd,
back yards,
bank cards,
black cod,
black guards,
blank cards,
cash cards,
flash cards,
had cause,
plant odours,
scrap yards,
shall lodge,
slack caused,
that cause,
trapped modes,
what cause,
black hours,
class hours,
fag hags,
from mars,
grab bags,
plaque cores,
slack hours,
staff hours,
stock cars,
that hangs,
walk ons,
at once,
back once,
black ops,
had once,
small ads,
than once,
that once,
what once

3 syllables:
palace whose,
bourgeois modes,
atom has,
classic cars,
dragon whose,
napalm bombs,
by all odds,
abstract modes,
although hobbes,
attack caused,
ballad of,
classic cause,
compass cards,
dragon heads,
latter modes,
many gods,
palace halls,
palace was,
combat hours,
enough bombs,
allowed modes,
ballad tells,
ballad tunes,
palace doors,
palace maids,
plagal modes,
shallow ponds,
travel modes,
valid modes,
value bonds,
value cards

4 syllables:
enamel rods,
gallery gods,
gallery modes,
really cause

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