Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with average:

2 syllables:
black ridge,
glass bridge,
grand ridge,
jagged ridge,
platte bridge,
sand ridge,
track bridge,
broad ridge,
draw bridge,
small ridge,
south ridge,
strong ridge,
tom ridge,
that rich,
at turin,
black ring,
brass ring,
cat rig,
gaff rig,
hat trick,
shall wring,
snap ring,
squad drill,
staff hiring,
that trip,
backed bridge,
black fringe,
frank bridge,
land bridge,
plank bridge,
raft bridge,
strap hinge,
back judge,
black judge,
gall midge,
glass wedge,
ragged edge,
shall judge,
staff judge,
that judge,
at which,
badge which,
batch which,
black bitch,
black pitch,
black which,
black witch,
brass which,
cache which,
cat fish,
catch fish,
catch which,
chaff which,
clack dish,
clap dish,
clash which,
class switch,
class which,
crack which,
crash which,
flash which,
flat fish,
glass which,
graph which,
grass which,
hag fish,
harangue which,
hatch which,
knack which,
latch which

3 syllables:
craggy ridge,
grassy ridge,
halfa ridge,
shaggy ridge,
shallow ridge,
valley ridge,
along ridge,
alpha ridge,
bamboo ridge,
barren ridge,
battle ridge,
clapper bridge,
danube bridge,
gakkel ridge,
granite ridge,
jasper ridge,
sandy ridge,
thagla ridge,
valley bridge,
active ridge,
assam which,
attack which,
behalf which,
combat which,
compass which,
eclat which,
japan which

4 syllables:
ohashi bridge,
volcanic ridge,
abraham which

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