Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with display:

2 syllables:
his play,
this play,
him play,
in play,
which play,
will play,
his pay,
his place,
his plane,
his plate,
his plays,
hiss plane,
is plain,
is played,
paris played,
this place,
this plain,
this plane,
this plate,
his gray,
in clay,
list may,
will pray,
with clay,
being plain,
being played,
bit plane,
brick clay,
bridge plate,
click place,
fish plate,
flitch plate,
his claim,
his day,
his praise,
his stay,
his way,
in pais,
in place,
in plain,
in plate,
it lay,
it plain,
it played,
it plays,
kick plate,
pitch plane,
queer place,
schmidt plate,
shear plane,
shear plate,
smith place,
smith played,
spring place,
spring plate,
stick spray,
still place,
still played,
still plays,
swing plane,
switch plate,
there lay,
there place,
there played,
there plays,
thick plain,
thick plait,
thick plate,
thing plain,
thing plays,
this claim,
this day,
this may,
this way,
tin plague,
tin plate,
trick played,
trick plays,
were played,
which lay,
which place,
which played,
which plays,
will pay,
will place,
with pay,
with plain,
christ plays,
his late,
his pace,
his pain

3 syllables:
appear plain,
clear spray,
nonstick spray,
their play,
unfit place

4 syllables:
kaolin clay,
violin played,
violin plays

Some other possibilities:

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