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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with some day:

2 syllables:
come way,
be on way,
ben gay,
can lay,
can pay,
fung shei,
man may,
man ray,
men may,
sun ray,
then lay,
then may,
blood may,
but may,
chief ouray,
chief ray,
drug may,
gas may,
get way,
has way,
judge may,
love may,
much may,
scrub jay,
stress may,
such may,
such way,
thus may,
was gay,
was way,
man date,
man days,
spun hay,
ten days,
come face,
comes way,
crumb cake,
dumb cake,
dumb cane,
jump page,
plum cake,
sam said,
such date,
sum game,
domed shape,
la haye,
la main,
can stay,
can take,
front aisle,
men take,
parent may,
them lay,
then take,
ben said,
bon cape,
can face,
can fail,
can gain,
can make,
can play,
can raise,
can save,
can wait,
con game,
duck tape,
duct tape,
dust tail,
gun case,
just have,
just take,
man came,
man cave,
man gave,
man made,
man page,
man said,
man says,
men came,
men made,
men make,
men said,
must have,
must lay,
must pay


3 syllables:
alan kay,
acid may,
office may,
alum shale,
become vague,
added eight,
ended eight,
summer days,
alice stayed,
allan chase,
extra stage,
extra state,
money may


4 syllables:
area may,
idea may


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