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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with old age:

2 syllables:
roll cage,
dough stage,
to stage,
two stage,
code page,
home page,
one page,
road rage,
whole stage,
could have,
should aim,
should deign,
should have,
to page,
to wage,
whole change,
whole days,
would aid,
would deign,
would hate,
would have,
cold day,
cold stage,
could change,
could stage,
should change,
whole day,
would change,
would stage,
globe stage,
growth stage,
known stage,
one stage,
whose stage,
bowl game,
close change,
coal face,
flows change,
gross change,
growth change,
known change,
one change,
one days,
owned eight,
roll rate,
scope change,
showed change,
shows change,
slope change,
those days,
toll gate,
whole case,
whole chain,
whole face,
whole faith,
whole gale,
whole name,
whole phase,
whole race,
whole shape,
whole weight,
could dodge,
would urge,
smolt stage,
bold face,
cold case,
cold chain,
cold wave,
could bathe,
could chase,
could drain,
could face,
could fail,
could gain,
could make,
could maybe,
could name,
could raise,
could save,
could shake,
could shape,
could shave,
could take,
could wait,
could waive

3 syllables:
embryo stage,
plateau stage,
twofold change,
above stage,
decode stage,
lower stage,
above change,
alone change,
composed eight,
promote change,
proposed eight,
provoke change,
unknown change,
zoeal stage,
approach change

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