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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with borrelia:

2 syllables:
by la,
si la


3 syllables:
by sea,
freely as,
freely on,
leaf flea,
rely on,
be easy on,
beach pea,
beam sea,
by china,
deep sea,
easy as,
easy on,
green pea,
green sea,
media as,
media l.,
media on,
reach china,
ready as,
ready on,
sweet pea,
theory as,
theory has,
theory on,
treaty as,
treaty on,
visi on,
beach flea,
by legal,
deeply as,
field pea,
freely eaten,
mealy bug,
steel heated,
three legal,
ideal villa,
poly a,
bee beetle,
been eaten,
been even,
been heated,
been needed,
by brian,
by reason,
by region,
cheap china,
cheeky young,
chi chi man,
clean needle,
direly needed,
dreamy young,
dry cereal,
dry season,
east sea,
greasy thumb,
greedy gut,
greedy young,
green china,
leave china,
marine villa,
mini ml,
mini van,
my reason


4 syllables:
already an,
already has,
already on,
entry visa,
mia mia,
sea pea,
completely as,
completely on,
ieee sa,
already come,
already done,
already eaten,
already put,
already some,
already was,
already won,
believe china,
caley pea,
china sea,
defeat china,
degree needed,
degree thesis,
easier on,
entry needed,
entry reads,
entry region,
expressly teaches,
glory pea,
go easy on,
harry keogh,
machine needed,
machine needle,
media has


5 syllables:
hoary pea,
iraqi shi'a


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