Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ring snake:

2 syllables:
its wake,
spring brake,
this make,
piss take,
strips naked,
this lake,
being naked,
his naked,
his sake,
king hake,
cliff brake,
fish flake,
milk shake,
sphere drake,
thick flake,
prince makes,
things makes,
did make,
drink makes,
film make,
him take,
in lake,
it make,
still make,
think makes,
which make,
will make,
being swayed,
bricks baked,
bring spain,
bring state,
christ spake,
did take,
ear snail,
fish cake,
its name,
lich wake,
mill cake,
near lake,
pitch lake,
quick shake,
reindeer lake,
sheer strake,
spring breaks,
spring scale,
spring stage,
spring state,
still take,
string breaks,
string qname,
string scale,
string space,
string state,
stripped naked,
stript naked,
swing state,
thing breaks,
which take,
will take,
wiring space,
tongue snaked,
young snakes,
him make,
paris makes,
spring makes,
string makes,
thing makes,
this makes,
being said,
his name,
it take,
king said,
spit take,
spring stay,
still naked,
strip naked,
swiss lakes,
there naked,
this name,
things like,
air slake,
drittes reich,
lives makes,
print makes,
skills makes,
things made,
things maybe,
think like

3 syllables:
growing stake,
flying snakes,
appears naked,
adding space,
appeared naked,
bigger stake,
eclipse stakes,
tipsy cake,
crimson lake,
appear naked,
burning stake,
clear stake

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