Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with postage:

2 syllables:
dough stage,
to stage,
two stage,
globe stage,
growth stage,
known stage,
one stage,
whole stage,
whose stage,
old age,
code page,
home page,
one page,
road rage,
roll cage,
choice stage,
bone age,
gross change,
gross state,
low state,
no state,
one age,
stone age,
stowe state,
to page,
to state,
to wage,
two state,
who stayed,
cold stage,
could stage,
how strange,
no age,
nodes stage,
shows staged,
smolt stage,
so strange,
to age,
to stay,
who stay,
would stage,
burros tail,
close change,
does take,
flows change,
shows change,
folk tale,
gross scale,
gross shape,
gross weight,
growth change,
known change,
mohs scale,
no space,
one change,
one take,
scope change,
showed change,
slope change,
to scale,
to space,
to spain,
whole change,
by stage,
glass stage,
grass stage,
house stage

3 syllables:
embryo stage,
plateau stage,
above stage,
decode stage,
lower stage,
embryo state,
plateau state,
baroque stage,
below stage,
growing stage,
motor stage,
narrow stage,
shallow stage,
toward stage,
zoeal stage,
older age,
proposed eight,
above change,
alone change,
promote change,
provoke change,
unknown change,
voting age,
adder stage,
bourgeois stage,
chinese stage,
delay stage,
diploid stage,
enough stage,
entry stage,
extra stage

4 syllables:
torpedo stage,
chrysalis stage

Some other possibilities:

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