Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with time-lapse:

2 syllables:
might lapse,
slight lapse,
crime takes,
light traps,
tight wraps,
white caps,
bright lamps,
high class,
light lamps,
night lamps,
style lacks,
brine baths,
high mass,
line dance,
style lamps,
bride takes,
drive takes,
flight paths,
flight tracks,
guide takes,
light baths,
light dance,
light paths,
light trance,
might chance,
might dance,
night dance,
price paths,
price takes,
pride takes,
right paths,
sight paths,
slight chance,
spice racks,
strike takes,
style dance,
style takes,
tribe takes,
white bass,
bright glance,
buy backs,
child lacks,
crime facts,
fight takes,
flight takes,
high brass,
knight takes,
light takes,
might glance,
might pass,
night camps,
night lasts,
night takes,
prime tasks,
quite takes,
right takes,
rye grass,
side ax,
side glance,
sight takes,
slight glance,
tight slacks,
times takes,
while blacks,
white plaques,
white slacks,
wright takes,
wine glass,
bright glass

3 syllables:
design lacks,
briefly glance,
minor lapse,
chiefly class,
halide lamps,
unlike class,
decline takes,
design takes,
divine dance,
desire takes,
emile jaques,
empire takes,
favourite dance,
provide paths,
recipe takes,
untried paths,
briefly glanced,
chiefly takes,
deprive blacks,
kunai grass,
provide blacks,
senile plaques,
unlike blacks,
define class,
design class,
divide class

4 syllables:
datetime class,
entire class

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