Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with daybook:

2 syllables:
chain hook,
gate hook,
jay cooke,
may look,
shave hook,
tail hook,
braille book,
case book,
fake book,
make book,
phrase book,
same book,
spay hook,
trade book,
fly book,
blake shook,
chase shook,
craig shook,
faith shook,
frame shook,
gave the hook,
grace shook,
plane shook,
shake shook,
braille books,
crain books,
crane books,
eight books,
eighth books,
grade books,
phrase books,
place books,
plate books,
tales book,
trade books,
wayne books,
pay cheque,
said dick,
blue book,
cite book,
grub hook,
guide book,
her book,
law book,
lay back,
maybe check,
my book,
new book,
no book,
pay back,
play back,
stay back,
sway back,
time book,
to book,
way back,
white book,
shape looks,
shaped hooks,
blaine looked,
blake looked,
brain looks,
change took,
chase looked,
craig looked,
crane looked,
drake looked,
face looked,
faith looked,
faith looks

3 syllables:
prayer book,
survey books,
always look,
always took,
became hooked,
survey looked,
today looked,
today looks,
contain books,
create books,
donate books,
estate books,
made a book,
make a book,
obtain books,
prayer books,
replace books,
rodale books,
translate books,
always cooked,
always looked,
always looks,
casey shook,
crochet hook,
elaine looked

4 syllables:
obeying hooke,
japanese books,
entire book

Some other possibilities:

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