Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with preface:

2 syllables:
my face,
they face,
thy face,
whey face,
wry face,
by case,
by race,
free base,
keep pace,
my case,
my race,
see case,
ski race,
beach face,
brief case,
each face,
pie faced,
they faced,
three faiths,
three fates,
whey faced,
brief phase,
three phase,
beauty based,
beauty makes,
by faith,
by fate,
by grace,
by place,
cheap place,
cream makes,
dewey makes,
dream makes,
dry place,
each case,
free grace,
free space,
knee brace,
lease space,
lousy place,
lousy taste,
meat axe,
my faith,
my fate,
my place,
my taste,
reed mace,
roughly based,
scheme makes,
seam lace,
seat base,
sheep chase,
speed chase,
steam makes,
steep place,
steve case,
stream makes,
surely based,
surely makes,
surely place,
sweet taste,
theme makes,
they fail,
they place,
three dates,
three gates,
three lakes,
three rates,
three shapes,
three space,
thy grace,
very place,
wheel base,
been faced

3 syllables:
oblique case,
degree phase,
entry phase,
agreed dates,
chinese space,
decree based,
decree makes,
degree based,
degree makes,
entry based,
entry dates,
entry gates,
entry makes,
entry rates,
entry space,
expressly based,
expressly makes,
extreme case,
extreme haste,
ideally based,
sea dace,
sea lace,
areas faced,
baby face,
belief based,
belief makes

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See preface used in context: 2 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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