Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shell game:

2 syllables:
death came,
them came,
chess games,
hell gate,
self same,
twelve games,
dwell time,
full name,
ill fame,
tell time,
bell cage,
death claim,
end came,
fresh claim,
net gain,
pair gain,
whence came,
bell shape,
cell mate,
cells have,
chair frame,
check names,
death james,
else have,
felt age,
fresh gale,
fresh names,
head gate,
herein named,
lend name,
lent name,
met gaze,
press frame,
press named,
pressure aimed,
self hate,
share blame,
share names,
spare frame,
steps aimed,
tell tale,
them gave,
therein named,
well made,
well make,
well paid,
well said,
well take,
where james,
where names,
wretch named,
skill games,
health claim,
belle glade,
cell may,
help pay,
twelve named,
twelve names,
well have,
well may,
welsh names,
but came,
him came,
it came

3 syllables:
hotel named,
ever came,
hotel chain,
letter came,
motel chain,
never came,
any name,
assess blame,
brunette named,
effect aimed,
expressed shame,
janet frame,
marcel wave,
object aimed,
project aimed,
their fame,
their name,
abel maim,
attend games,
complex games,
fella named,
feller named,
fellow named,
healthy shame,
kelly james,
merry games,
pepper games,
perfect games,
pretend games,
solemn games,
their aim,
their games,
yellow flame,
yellow frame

4 syllables:
dilemma games,
primary aim

Some other possibilities:

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