Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with criminals:

3 syllables:
chewing muscles,
dimen sions,
given as,
his muscles,
image as,
image has,
limit as,
mission as,
simon suggs,
spinae muscles,
stiff muscles,
thick muscles,
twitch muscles,
vision as,
written as,
linux comes,
simon was,
brick ovens,
with acids,
hidden hills,
mission hills,
thumb muscles,
wooden hulls,
his knuckles,
spring bubbles,
thing puzzles,
chicken comes,
cited as,
device has,
ill uses,
image comes,
it uses,
limit comes,
little as,
little has,
mission comes

4 syllables:
criminal laws,
criminal whose,
resin canals,
aching muscles,
commission as,
commission has,
condition as,
condition has,
decision as,
decision has,
division as,
division has,
origin as,
provision as,
provision has,
religion as,
religion has,
rewritten as,
tradition as,
tradition has,
criminal cause,
criminal knows,
criminal lives,
liminal phase,
resin acids,
cinema halls,
addition comes,
admitted as,
as little as,
career couples,
commission comes,
condition comes,
decision comes,
dimer acids,
disciple whose,
division comes,
given others,
image offers,
image others,
images as,
images whose,
kitchen offers,
limit others,
limited as,
origin comes,
provision comes,
religion comes

5 syllables:
conditional whose,
definition as,
definition has,
femoris muscles,
frontalis muscles,
proposition as,
communism as,
admission offers,
commission offers,
condition offers,
definition comes,
division offers,
proposition comes,
provision offers,
religion offers

6 syllables:
subscapularis muscles,
definition offers

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