Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with salade:

2 syllables:
jack cade,
that aid,
had laid,
that laid,
band aid,
black shade,
dad said,
glass shade,
grant aid,
had made,
had paid,
had said,
hath made,
hath said,
jack said,
ram raid,
rat tailed,
shall have,
staff aides,
staff failed,
that made,
that paid,
that said,
that trade,
what made,
and laid,
class played,
fan blade,
grass blade,
had played,
match played,
shall lay,
shall trade,
staff played,
that played,
fat tide,
for aid,
had died,
law made,
at eight,
class eight,
had eight,
than eight,
that eight,
at age,
cat tail,
clan name,
class have,
jazz age,
rat tail,
staff have,
than age,
than have,
that age,
that aim,
that have,
that take,
what age,
what have,
all made,
all said,
glass slide,
kool aid,
new laid,
not laid,
paul said,
shall add,
shall guide,
shall lead,
shroud laid,
they laid,
who laid,
will aid,
that late,
act made,
and made,
and paid,
and said,
at grade,
at lake,
bad day,
band aids,
black braid,
black shades,
black trade

3 syllables:
attack aimed,
hiram haydn,
japan played,
enough said,
enough shade,
japan have,
allow eight,
apache raids,
arrow aimed,
attack failed,
attacks aimed,
attract trade

4 syllables:
really aimed,
really made,
abraham prayed

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