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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adah:

2 syllables:
at a.,
that a.,
class a,
papp a,
plan a,
add an,
add on,
add up,
and a.,
bad as,
had an,
had as,
had done,
had dug,
had hung,
had on,
had up,
had us,
mad as,
q and a,
t and a,
alt a,
at al,
at an,
at as,
at el,
at hull,
at la,
at le,
at on,
at ten,
at u.s.,
at us,
cat ice,
chat up,
fat as,
fat ass,
fat hen,
fat on,
flat as,
flat on,
hat on,
mat up,
matt up,
matte up,
pat on,
rat on,
sat as,
sat on,
sat up,
spat up,
stat mux,
that al,
that an,
that as,
that eq,
that has,
that hung,
that la,
that on,
that ten,
that u.s.,
that up,
what am,
what an,
what has,
what on,
back an,
back as,
back on,
back up,
bag on,
bag up,
bang on,
bang up,
bash on,
black as,
black ice,
black on,
brash ice,
cap on,
capp, al,
capp al,
cash on,
cash up,
catch on,
catch up,
chan op,
chang an,
chang sha,
clam up,
clap on,
clap up,
class as


3 syllables:
abram man,
apache chief,
attack as,
attack on,
attack us


4 syllables:
abraham man


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