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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with band aid:

2 syllables:
and laid,
and made,
and paid,
and said,
hand made,
ram raid,
black shade,
dad said,
glass shade,
had laid,
had made,
had paid,
had said,
hath made,
hath said,
jack said,
that laid,
that made,
that paid,
that said,
that trade,
what made,
and died,
tanned hide,
and ate,
and date,
and eight,
fan tailed,
grant trade,
plant trade,
scant shade,
stand eight,
and age,
and have,
fan blade,
grande dame,
jack cade,
land have,
plans aimed,
rand, ayn,
rand ayn,
and day,
and failed,
and played,
and prayed,
and raised,
and stayed,
and trade,
banned trade,
planned trade,
brown shade,
dawn raid,
drawn shade,
john said,
once said,
scant eight,
tans hide,
that died,
act made,
back date,
black trade,
camp made,
class trade,
crack trade,
craft trade,
dag tailed,
fact made,
frank said,
gang days,
glass trade,
had stayed,
hast made,
lamp shade,
pack date,
scan rate,
shall trade,
slack trade,
staff stayed,
than take,
that date,
track trade,
ann cape,
at grade,
black braid,
black shades,
branch chain,
class failed,
class gained


3 syllables:
japan trade,
japan failed,
japan gained,
japan played,
japan raised,
expand trade,
attract trade,
exact shade,
apache raids,
attack failed,
attacks aimed


4 syllables:
abraham prayed



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