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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pathways:

2 syllables:
what ways,
at gaze,
flag days,
flash phase,
frank hayes,
gang days,
glass phase,
lag phase,
shall raise,
that pays,
that phase,
that says,
both ways,
and ways,
black waves,
gland weighs,
grass waves,
all ways,
block weighs,
for ways,
four ways,
more ways,
own ways,
your ways,
and raise,
and says,
at pains,
band aids,
batch weight,
be at pains,
black glaze,
black males,
black plays,
black sails,
black shades,
black tails,
black whale,
blast phase,
brass chains,
brass nails,
brass rails,
brass trays,
brass weight,
cash sales,
catch phrase,
class gains,
class males,
class names,
class plays,
class raised,
flat trades,
glass panes,
glass raised,
glass shades,
glass trays,
gramme weight,
grand dames,
grande dames,
grass stains,
had raised,
hath made,
hath said,
last days,
last phase,
lath nail,
mass. james,
match fails,
match games,
match names,
matte glaze


3 syllables:
abram chayes,
attack phase,
combat phase,
many ways,
about ways,
abstract phase,
advance sales,
alloy phase,
apache raids,
attach names,
attach weight,
attack fails,
classic phase,
collapse phase,
combat games,
combat trains,
combat weight,
contact phase,
enhance sales,
exact phase,
extract phase,
finance sales,
gamma phase,
gamma rays,
happy days,
japan plays,
japan raised,
latter days,
latter phase,
many days


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