Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with megillah:

3 syllables:
para la,
stephen a.,
where russia,
bethel a.m.e.,
devil an,
dredges up,
level as,
level has,
level on,
level up,
metal on,
settle on,
settle up,
vessel has,
vessel on,
where alice,
where helen,
double u,
michael a.,
tra la la,
triple a,
fetches up,
freshen up,
section 2032a,
session on,
began an,
began as,
began on,
check russia,
check up on,
claire huchet,
credit as,
credit on,
death added,
della guerra,
della terra,
era was,
era when,
faire appel,
head office,
headed up,
heaven as,
heaven has,
heaven on,
lead acid,
lesson on,
merit as,
messes up,
met office,
nella guerra,
net tonnage,
para nut,
pecan nut,
press added,
press office,
presses on,
reckon on,
reckon up,
serum assay,
set up as,
seven up,
share office,
spare office,
stresses on,
where buddha,
where russian,
special judge,
special lunch,
special young,
bear malice

4 syllables:
except allah,
allah ta'ala,
until allah,
depression as,
depression on,
expression as,
expression assay,
expression has,
expression on,
profession as,
profession has,
areca nut,
compel russia,
develop an,
develop as,
develop on,
express office,
expresses an,
gazette office,
hotel office,
loretta young,
motel office,
possesses an,
access unless,
addressed jesus,
addresses on,
ahead unless,
bella bella

5 syllables:
a devil of a

6 syllables:
acetoacetyl coa

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