Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bermudas:

5 letters:
up as


6 letters:
but as,
cut as,
get as,
put as,
can as,
gas as,
has as,
man as,
men as,
ran as,
run as,
son as,
sum as,
sun as,
was as,
ha has,
did as


7 letters:
but has,
come as,
dna was,
done as,
gas has,
love as,
man has,
men has,
much as,
n'a pas,
some as,
son has,
such as,
sun has,
then as,
thus as,
u.s. as,
when as,
dead as,
good as,
head as,
lead as,
wood as,
but was,
hut was,
just as,
acid as,
uses as,
duty as


8 letters:
blood as,
club has,
drug has,
judge as,
love has,
much has,
such has,
then has,
thus has,
twice as,
u.s. has,
young as,
fund has,
loved as,
good has,
head has,
stood as,
wood has,
front as,
acid has,
added as,
ended as,
arise as,
begun as,
acid gas,
acid was,
ahead as


9 letters:
blood has,
judge has,
russia as,
some u.s.,
stress as,
tongue as,
blood gas,
blood was,
judged as,
spread as,
advice as,
become as,
office as,
extent as


10 letters:
stress has,
as much as,
office has,
ireland as,
as good as,
conduct as


11 letters:
blood assay,
ireland has,
conduct has,
accurate as


12 letters:
buddha whose


13 letters:
extra touches


Some other possibilities:

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