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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pay up:

2 syllables:
lay ups,
ais l,
bay ice,
bay on,
day an,
day as,
day has,
day on,
gray hen,
lay an,
lay as,
lay on,
may as,
may on,
play an,
play as,
play has,
play on,
spray on,
stay as,
way an,
way as,
way has,
way on,
weigh on,
cais a,
grace cup,
lace ups,
make ups,
rave ups,
wake ups,
a cup,
a tape,
an ape,
co op,
eye cup,
grow op,
ideal shape,
l. rep.,
may help,
may hope,
no op,
of cape,
off cape,
on cape,
on tape,
y. supp,
mail hub,
age as,
age has,
age on,
aid as,
aid has,
aid on,
aid us,
aim has,
asia as,
bale on,
base as,
base has,
base on,
bay rum,
bay was,
bei den,
blame on,
brain as,
brain has,
brake on,
brave as,
came an,
came as,
came on,
case an,
case as


3 syllables:
away an,
away as,
away on,
survey has,
survey on,
today as,
today has,
today on,
survey dept.,
take a hop,
always an,
always as,
always has,
always on,
attain an,
away but,
away some,
away was,
away when,
became an,
became as,
became much,
behave as,
campaign as,
campaign on


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