Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bigwigs:

2 syllables:
big wigs,
big things,
bridge wings,
chill wills,
his wings,
in figs,
pigs ears,
sprouting wings,
stiff wings,
whirring wings,
with wings,
big ears,
big wigged,
big wig,
his years,
in years,
paris years,
quick tears,
stick things,
there years,
thick limbs,
thick rings,
thing years,
were years,
with years,
bring tears,
bring things,
built ins,
chris mills,
climbed hills,
cousin lives,
deers ears,
did things,
din dins,
ditch fills,
flint hills,
his fears,
his limbs,
his nibs,
his peers,
his ribs,
his skills,
his tears,
his things,
if things,
in tears,
in things,
it fills,
it kills,
it lives,
lithe limbs,
pierre gilles,
queer lives,
queer things,
quinn mills,
rousing cheers,
sin bins,
smith lives,
spill things,
split pins,
split rings,
spring mills,
spring rings,
stiff limbs,
still rings,
still things,
strip mills,
switch gears,
tearing things,
there lives,
there things,
thing lives,
touching things,
were tears,
were things,
which fills,
which kills,
which lives,
which things,
whiz kids,
with kids,
with peers

3 syllables:
adding wings,
adding years,
appear years,
berlin years,
career years,
until years,
aching limbs,
adding things,
admit things,
arousing fears,
asking things,
commit things,
elgin mills,
submit bills,
until tears,
until things,
veneer mills

4 syllables:
vitamin pills

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