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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trade gap:

2 syllables:
fate map,
base map,
pace lap,
hay cap,
played tapes,
may drop,
base camp,
flame trap,
played catch,
wave trap,
aid that,
cade jack,
chain gang,
chain wrapped,
fade back,
grade matte,
grade shall,
laid back,
made that,
made what,
paid back,
place stamp,
played back,
prayed that,
said jack,
said than,
said that,
said what,
snake wrapped,
take the rap,
aid de camp,
aide de camp,
day camp,
blade snapped,
grade glass,
grade stamp,
laid at,
made at,
night cap,
paid at,
played at,
said at,
said had,
stayed at,
tail lamp,
white cap,
fly trap,
pile cap,
site map,
cake shop,
fly flap,
hale bopp,
may stop,
bayt lahm,
date back,
date palm,
date than,
date that,
eight pack,
eight shall,
eight track,
fate that,
freight shall,
hate that,
late that,
maybe catch,
plate rack,
plate shall,
rate than,
rate that,
rates at,
state shall,
state than,
state that,
state what,
states at,
states had,
straight back,
straight bat


3 syllables:
sailor cap,
afraid that,
decade that,
remain wrapped,
taper tap,
unpaid shall,
cradle cap,
played catch up,
brigade had,
remained wrapped,
always catch,
create batch,
debate shall,
debate that,
detailed grasp,
estate shall,
estate that,
probate shall


4 syllables:
hurricane lamp,
uncertain grasp,
aggregate shall


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