Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with panade:

5 letters:
a and

6 letters:
at age,
a. and,
a band,
a hand,
a land,
ad and,
al and,
am and,
an and,
as and

7 letters:
for aid,
a brand,
a grand,
a stand,
are and,
as land

8 letters:
that aid,
band aid,
had made,
ram raid,
dad said,
had laid,
had paid,
had said,
than age,
and laid,
and made,
and paid,
and said,
law made,
fat tide,
had died,
at eight,
cat tail,
jazz age,
rat tail,
that age,
that aim,
what age,
a.d. and,
a.m. and,
and died,
anne had,
as grand

9 letters:
jack cade,
grant aid,
hath made,
that made,
what made,
clan name,
hath said,
jack said,
than have,
that laid,
that paid,
that said,
band aids,
fan blade,
had named,
hand made,
had eight,
that have,
that take,
what have,
a planned,
algae and,
armed and

10 letters:
than eight,
rat tailed,
that trade,
fan tailed,
that eight,
class have,
shall have,
staff have,
as planned,
japan have

11 letters:
black shade,
glass shade,
staff aides,
class named,
grant trade,
plans aimed,
plant trade,
scant shade,
staff named,
class eight,
are planned,
hiram haydn,
japan trade,
enough said

12 letters:
staff failed,
attack aimed,
japan failed,
japan gained,
japan played,
japan raised,
enough shade

14 letters:
diplomat named

Some other possibilities:

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