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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sashay:

6 letters:
at age,
at bay,
at day


7 letters:
bad day,
and day,
bad way,
tag day,
for aye,
law day,
law may,
ao dais


8 letters:
at eight,
back bay,
back pay,
back way,
cat tail,
flag day,
jazz age,
palm bay,
plan may,
rat tail,
than age,
than may,
that age,
that aid,
that aim,
that day,
that lay,
that may,
that pay,
that way,
what age,
what day,
what lay,
what may,
what way,
ash cake,
ash gray,
ash tray,
from may,
john hay,
loch awe,
snow day,
whom may


9 letters:
shall lay,
patch bay,
clan name,
class day,
class may,
had eight,
jack cade,
shall pay,
staff may,
than have,
that have,
that take,
trap play,
what have,
bad shape,
cash sale


10 letters:
class have,
shall have,
staff have,
than eight,
that eight,
sash chain,
smash case,
that shape,
drag chain,
match game,
match play,
combat pay,
japan have


11 letters:
class eight,
shall weigh,
black shade,
black shale,
black shape,
class shape,
crack shape,
flash phase,
glass shade,
glass shape,
patch shape,
sash weight,
shall shake,
shall shame,
shall shape,
shall shave,
splash page,
squat shape,
brass chain


12 letters:
batch weight,
branch chain,
attache case,
enough shade,
enough shape,
abram chayes


13 letters:
bizarre shape,
attach weight


Some other possibilities:

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