Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with partage:

2 syllables:
tom ridge,
art in,
art is,
chart in,
chart is,
heart in,
heart is,
park ridge,
part in,
part is,
part it,
part iv,
sharp ridge,
start his,
start in,
start is,
start it,
topped ridge,
duarte bridge,
marked ridge,
hard edge,
sharp edge,
barn itch,
car which,
card in,
card is,
choir which,
guard in,
guard is,
guard it,
hard hit,
hard in,
hard it,
sharp pitch,
square pitch,
square which,
star fish,
starred in,
yard in,
yard is,
arc in,
arc is,
arch in,
arch is,
argue in,
arm in,
arm is,
bar bit,
bar with,
barge in,
bark is,
bars in,
block tin,
blocked in,
car sick,
car will,
car with,
cars in,
caste in,
caste is,
charge him,
charge in,
charge is,
charm in,
choir being,
choir there,
clock tick,
cocked ear,
cocked his,
copped it,
cost him,
cost in,
cost is,
dark in,
dog tick,
dont il,
dropped his,
dropped in

3 syllables:
apart in,
depart in,
bazaar which,
bihar which,
compare which,
declare which,
hectare which,
regard him,
regard his,
regard in,
regard is,
regard it,
adopt in,
adopt it,
alarm in,
bihar there,
compare this,
compare with,
copper ridge,
declare there

4 syllables:
another ridge

Some other possibilities:

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