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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fair catch:

2 syllables:
shared cache,
chess match,
death match,
fresh batch,
fresh patch,
met match,
air cap,
bear cat,
pressure patch,
disk cache,
air gap,
net cash,
air bag,
air bath,
air lab,
air mass,
air sac,
air that,
bear that,
care than,
care that,
care what,
chair back,
chair shall,
chair that,
chest ached,
dead cat,
death cap,
delle banche,
dense patch,
desk at,
etc. at,
flare pass,
flare path,
glared at,
hair back,
hair that,
head cap,
hell cat,
rare that,
share shall,
share that,
share what,
shares at,
spent match,
stared at,
swear that,
test match,
well matched,
where shall,
where that,
air crash,
air at,
air had,
care at,
care had,
chair at,
hair at,
hair had,
peck at,
share class,
stare at,
swear at,
terre blanche,
where at

3 syllables:
repair patch,
access hatch,
berry patch,
harrow match,
narrow patch,
object cache,
airlock hatch,
address latch,
address match,
aware that,
better match,
direct match,
heavy thatch,
leather patch,
metal latch,
never match,
percent match,
perfect match,
prepared at,
project match,
repair shall,
yellow patch,
narrow couch,
their cash,
dairy ranch,
escape hatch,
fairly ached,
level 1 cache,
level 2 cache,
level cache,
staring match

4 syllables:
library cache,
primary cache,
genetic match,
memory cache

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