Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slippage:

2 syllables:
his age,
in age,
this age,
with age,
year age,
this page,
rib cage,
flint age,
hip pain,
his rage,
its age,
paris stage,
pitch change,
there raged,
this stage,
which change,
with rage,
air rage,
full age,
look age,
the ice age,
young age,
being eight,
big eight,
big game,
bring eight,
did have,
fish have,
gill ale,
here have,
him have,
him made,
him make,
his aid,
his aide,
his aim,
his eight,
his said,
his sake,
in aid,
in eight,
in name,
is eight,
is safe,
is said,
it have,
it take,
king hake,
lisle lace,
pitch chain,
shear rate,
spit take,
split tail,
still have,
there eight,
there have,
there raise,
this aid,
this aim,
this have,
this said,
this same,
till late,
were eight,
which aim,
which eight,
which have,
will aid,
will have,
will hays,
with eight,
year have,
by page,
fly page,
foot page,
full page,
jump page,
man page,
new page,
per page,
see page,
to page,
web page,
being paid,
being waged,
bring change

3 syllables:
their age,
their rage,
adding eight,
login name,
until eight,
until late,
berlin stage,
binet age,
career change,
career stage,
clear change,
clear stage

4 syllables:
azoic age,
chrysalis stage

Some other possibilities:

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