Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with percentage:

2 syllables:
pressure ridge,
bent ear,
bent his,
bent in,
cent in,
cent is,
dent in,
lent him,
lent his,
ment in,
rent in,
rent is,
sent here,
sent him,
sent his,
sent in,
sent it,
spent his,
spent in,
spent it,
tent in,
went his,
went in,
went in.,
went it,
wren tit,
trent bridge,
chinn ridge,
dense hedge,
left edge,
bend ear,
bend in,
blend in,
denned in,
edged ridge,
end here,
end his,
end if,
end in,
end is,
end it,
friend in,
friend is,
lend him,
lend it,
send him,
send his,
send in,
send it,
spend his,
spend in,
spend it,
them till,
trend in,
trend is,
air bridge

3 syllables:
agent in,
agent is,
content in,
content is,
convent in,
percent in,
percent is,
prevent him,
prevent his,
prevent it,
resent it,
center hinge,
center ridge,
perfect hedge,
attend him,
attend his,
attend it,
commend it,
defend him,
defend his,
defend it,
depend in,
descend in,
extend his,
extend in,
extend it,
accept him,
accept his,
accept in,
accept it,
access bridge,
access still,
affect him,
affect his,
affect in,
affect it,
arrest him,
arrest in,
arrest is,
assessed in,
aware routing

4 syllables:
adrienne rich,
dividend is,
acquiesced in

Some other possibilities:

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