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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with efface:

2 syllables:
deaf aid,
egg case,
hair lace,
head case,
press space,
web based,
where rates,
bell faced,
chair faced,
fresh faced,
threat faced,
book case,
curragh chase,
deuce ace,
la base,
lisle lace,
pure race,
sub base,
air rage,
air raid,
bear raid,
chair rail,
death eight,
stair rail,
them have,
them made,
them make,
well have,
where eight,
where have,
yet have,
can face,
come face,
fish face,
fuck face,
full face,
fuzz face,
her face,
his face,
in face,
may face,
my face,
new face,
schiff base,
show face,
suck face,
they face,
this face,
thy face,
to face,
whey face,
will face,
you face,
cette phase,
deaf aids,
death phase,
fetch phase,
fresh phase,
air space,
baire space,
best case,
bread cakes,
bread makes,
breath makes,
cell mates,
cette place,
chair makes,
check based,
check dates,
dead space,
death based,
death dates,
death makes,
death place,
death rates,
death waits

3 syllables:
access space,
essay is,
excess space,
repair rates,
their race,
unfair rates,
pretty face,
their face,
access aisle,
excess phase,
repair phase,
access based,
access gates,
access makes,
access rates,
address space,
affect taste,
any case,
any race,
complex space,
convex space

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