Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chaise longue:

2 syllables:
age long,
have long,
made long,
make long,
take long,
wait long,
day long,
stay long,
grave wrong,
plain song,
plain wrong,
names wrong,
praise songs,
says law,
life long,
live long,
night long,
quite long,
dates wrong,
days gone,
makes wrong,
place strong,
chain tongs,
craze for,
days for,
days more,
eight songs,
game laws,
hayes thought,
make laws,
pays for,
phase fault,
phase for,
phrase caught,
phrase for,
played songs,
plays for,
praise for,
prays for,
raised or,
same laws,
says for,
slave songs,
state laws,
stays for,
ways for,
weight loss,
whale songs,
has long,
mile long,
miles long,
tai long,
these long,
those long,
was long,
whose long,
case law,
aisle of,
bale of,
bays of,
blaze of,
days of,
days off,
days or,
fail of,
fail or

3 syllables:
always wrong,
remain long,
details wrong,
abaisse langue,
always caught,
always for,
always fought,
always more,
always sought,
always taught,
always thought,
campaign songs,
create songs,
delay clause,
mckay claude,
always longed,
always of,
always strong,
arrays of,
avail of,
became law,
contains songs,
cradle song,
delays of,
detail of

4 syllables:
faradays laws,
japanese songs,
javanese wayang,
japanese fought,
japanese shore,
japanese sought,
japanese thought,
japanese war,
appraisal of

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