Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with satay:

2 syllables:
bad day,
shall lay,
at age,
at bay,
at day,
at eight,
cat tail,
rat tail,
that age,
that aid,
that aim,
that day,
that eight,
that have,
that lay,
that may,
that pay,
that take,
that way,
what age,
what day,
what have,
what lay,
what may,
what way,
and day,
bad way,
class day,
flag day,
had eight,
tag day,
back bay,
back pay,
back way,
clan name,
class eight,
class have,
class may,
jack cade,
jazz age,
palm bay,
patch bay,
plan may,
shall have,
shall pay,
shall weigh,
staff have,
staff may,
than age,
than eight,
than have,
than may,
trap play,
act age,
act may,
ash tray,
at aix,
at base,
at cape,
at face,
at gaze,
at lake,
at page,
at play,
at same,
at yale,
basse taille,
cat face,
cat train,
class state,
fact have,
fact may,
fast day,
fat face,
fat tails,
flat nail,
flat race,
flat rate,
glass stage,
glass state,
grant aid,
grass stage,
grass stain,
grass state,
last day,
last eight,
last may,
mag tape,
mass. state,
passed eight,
past eight

3 syllables:
combat pay,
japan have,
combat phase,
combat train,
combat weight,
latter day,
latter have,
latter may,
matter may

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