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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hair dye:

2 syllables:
held high,
dead eye,
head high,
where high,
breast high,
kept eye,
left eye,
well nigh,
air tight,
air time,
et ai,
met eye,
set high,
spare time,
spare tyre,
where time,
air knife,
air like,
air line,
air mile,
air pipe,
blair might,
chair might,
chair while,
claire might,
clare might,
flare light,
share might,
share while,
stare while,
terre cuite,
them died,
where life,
where light,
where might,
where night,
where white,
air dried,
air right,
chair height,
chair right,
dared write,
fair isle,
glared right,
haired white,
scared right,
scared white,
share right,
shared drive,
shared file,
shared ideal,
shared right,
shared while,
spared while,
stare right,
stared right,
stared while,
where right,
piled high,
best buy,
best time,
best type,
breast height,
cell type,
chest height,
chest tight,
crest height,
crest tile,
dead time,
dwell time,
ebb tide,
kept time,
lead time,
press style,
pressed tight,
spent time,
stretch tight,
stretched tight,
tell time


3 syllables:
aware while,
fairly high,
repair guide,
repair might,
repair while,
unfair fight,
cherry eye,
prepared right,
prepared while,
prepared white,
repaired while,
their eye,
their high,
access time,
connect time,
content type,
direct tide,
object height,
object type,
perfect height,
quiesce time


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