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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with distaves:

2 syllables:
his slaves,
christ saves,
grimm tales,
his nails,
his pains,
it saves,
queer tales,
shear waves,
thick tails,
thick waves,
which saves,
with tales,
his days,
being slaves,
bring slaves,
drift waves,
fierce waves,
his aides,
his aims,
his gaze,
his sales,
his ways,
it aims,
since slaves,
this phase,
were slaves,
in stays,
it stays,
big names,
bridge games,
bridge rails,
bring gains,
bring james,
cousin james,
in chains,
in james,
in males,
in sales,
it fails,
it gains,
it rains,
its aims,
its sales,
king james,
mill james,
pitch names,
pouring rains,
queer names,
quick gains,
quick sales,
since sales,
sir james,
skill games,
smith james,
split rails,
spring rains,
spring sales,
stick games,
still fails,
string games,
string names,
switch fails,
switch rails,
tearing pains,
there james,
there names,
thick nails,
thing fails,
thing james,
trim sails,
ving rhames,
which fails,
which james,
which names,
with chains,
with james,
with names,
with sales,
his times,
his wives,
paris gives,
stress waves,
this gives,
in days,
were days,
brick clays


3 syllables:
otis james,
mistake as,
aching pains,
adding names,
berlin games,
career games,
endearing names,
submit names,
until james,
until sales,
virgin males,
possess slaves,
benign phase,
bigger waves


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