Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with panade:

2 syllables:
jack cade,
that aid,
band aid,
grant aid,
had made,
hath made,
ram raid,
than eight,
that made,
what made,
black shade,
clan name,
dad said,
glass shade,
had laid,
had paid,
had said,
hath said,
jack said,
rat tailed,
staff aides,
staff failed,
than age,
than have,
that laid,
that paid,
that said,
that trade,
and laid,
and made,
and paid,
and said,
band aids,
class named,
fan blade,
fan tailed,
grant trade,
had named,
hand made,
plans aimed,
plant trade,
scant shade,
staff named,
law made,
fat tide,
for aid,
had died,
at eight,
class eight,
had eight,
that eight,
at age,
cat tail,
class have,
jazz age,
rat tail,
shall have,
staff have,
that age,
that aim,
that have,
that take,
what age,
what have,
a. and,
a.d. and,
a.m. and,
a and,
a band,
a brand,
a grand,
a hand,
a land,
a planned,
a stand,
ad and,
al and,
algae and,
am and,
an and,
and died,
anne had,
are and,
are planned,
armed and,
as and,
as grand,
as land,
as planned

3 syllables:
hiram haydn,
attack aimed,
japan have,
japan failed,
japan gained,
japan played,
japan raised,
japan trade,
enough said,
enough shade

4 syllables:
diplomat named

Some other possibilities:

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