Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dotage:

2 syllables:
to judge,
wrote judge,
boat as,
boat on,
coat on,
dote on,
float on,
known judge,
note as,
note on,
one judge,
pro tem,
quote as,
throat as,
to ten,
tote up,
vote as,
vote on,
wrote an,
wrote as,
wrote on,
wrote up,
brow ridge,
go dutch,
one edge,
code as,
code has,
code on,
cow dung,
do much,
do such,
go much,
goad on,
how much,
how such,
load on,
load up,
no such,
now done,
now much,
now such,
ode on,
owe much,
road as,
road has,
road on,
rode on,
rode up,
showed an,
showed up,
showed us,
slowed up,
so dull,
so much,
to don,
to much,
to rush,
to such,
two such,
blow gas,
blow gun,
blow was,
blown up,
blows on,
blows up,
bone up,
bow leg,
bow pen,
broke up,
choke up,
chose as,
close as,
close on,
close up,
cloth on,
coach chuck,
cow man,
cow pen,
do but,
do come,
do get,
do let,
do love,
do men

3 syllables:
alone judge,
promote an,
remote as,
above an,
above as,
above has,
above on,
above us,
alone as,
alone has,
alone on,
approach as,
approach has,
approach on,
arose as,
arose on

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See dotage used in context: 8 Shakespeare works, 1 definition

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