Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with writ large:

2 syllables:
be in charge,
his charge,
in charge,
quick charge,
this charge,
will charge,
b'rith lodge,
cliff lodge,
its charge,
strict charge,
being charged,
bit part,
dick clark,
fierce charge,
fifth charge,
is charged,
it lost,
it part,
its art,
its hard,
its heart,
midge larvae,
smith charged,
still charged,
there charged,
were charged,
sweat lodge,
gill arch,
being lodged,
bits are,
fixed charge,
it far,
it hard,
kit car,
springs lodge,
still argue,
there lodged,
were lodged,
will argue,
bring george,
check charge,
chief charge,
cousin george,
dumb barge,
french charge,
fresh charge,
full charge,
has charge,
in george,
king george,
mid march,
sir george,
smith george,
there george,
thing george,
took charge,
which george,
with george,
young charge,
youthful charge,
his march,
id card,
in march,
it are,
paris march,
quick march,
rousing march,
skid mark,
still are,
still lodged,
there march,
tiring march

3 syllables:
commit charge,
little charge,
dying charge,
river barge,
their charge,
little harsh,
civil charge,
little hard,
little heart,
minute charge,
regal lodge,
river lodge,
trickle charge,
without charge,
written charge,
added charge,
access charge,
asking george,
excess charge,
express charge,
unfair charge,
until george,
strictly charge,
until march

4 syllables:
recurring charge,
explicit charge,
official charge

5 syllables:
nonrecurring charge

Some other possibilities:

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