Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tailrace:

2 syllables:
grade rocks,
mail box,
place rocks,
scale rot,
slate rocks,
space rocks,
stray locks,
trail drops,
bay grass,
ray grass,
scale moss,
seymour house,
trail boss,
base box,
brain box,
brake rod,
crane shots,
day from,
drain cocks,
e-mail bomb,
eight knots,
eight locks,
eight shops,
eight shots,
frame shops,
grain shops,
hale bopp,
have cost,
have lost,
have lots,
have most,
have nots,
james watts,
made most,
mail bomb,
mail car,
make most,
male dog,
males are,
may drop,
may from,
nail bar,
nail bomb,
nails are,
pay from,
play from,
rail car,
ray kroc,
safe from,
sales are,
slave caste,
space shots,
stage box,
straight locks,
straight shots,
stray from,
tales are,
the have nots,
trade shocks,
trade shops,
wale knot,
way from,
whale watch,
ale house,
male rats,
scale cross,
scale house,
tail louse,
whale house,
whale louse,
eight crops

3 syllables:
brigate rosse,
contain rocks,
detail shots,
resale shops,
retail shops,
today france,
female mouse,
away from,
cascade locks,
curtail dog,
delay slots,
details are,
survey plots,
survey prof.,
update locks,
female cross,
female house,
female rats,
retail house,
skeldale house,
became france,
betrayed france,
contains rocks,
detail from,
detail parts

4 syllables:
aggregate shocks,
japanese shops,
predicate locks,
away from us

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