Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with stroke play:

2 syllables:
choke plate,
could lay,
should lay,
would lay,
bone plate,
chrome plate,
close place,
cloth plain,
float plane,
gross pay,
grove place,
growth plane,
growth plate,
growth plays,
home plate,
known place,
known plays,
one place,
one plane,
one plate,
prose plays,
role played,
showed plain,
sole plate,
stone place,
stone plate,
stove plate,
those plays,
throat plate,
to pray,
whole place,
whole plain,
whole plane,
whole plate,
whole plays,
whose place,
whose plane,
whose plays,
wrote plays,
co pay,
jokes played,
low pay,
no claim,
no pay,
no place,
now lay,
so plain,
to claim,
to lay,
to pay,
to place,
two plays,
who claim,
who lay,
who pay,
who played,
who plays,
could pay,
could weigh,
gould jay,
loans may,
lose the way,
old way,
post day,
should pay,
should weigh,
shown the way,
stone gray,
would pay,
would weigh,
rose bay,
stone blade,
whole blame,
blown spray,
broke trail,
cold day,
gold lace,
growth may,
hone slate,
known claim,
lose way

3 syllables:
above place,
above plane,
above plate,
alone place,
alone played,
alone plays,
anode plate,
approach plate,
approach plays,
remote place,
triode plate,
unknown place,
above claim,
above may,
above praise,
alone claim,
alone may,
approach claim,
approach may

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