Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pilaf:

2 syllables:
dutch chief,
break a leg,
chief chief,
kal el,
pal up,
plum duff,
puff puff,
was chief,
young chief,
bum fluff,
chalk bluff,
fa la,
fal la,
la la,
tra la,
but if,
come if,
done if,
fid def,
man if,
much if,
then if,
thus if,
up if,
was if,
ban on,
be a man,
ben nut,
blood as,
blood assay,
blood has,
blood on,
brush on,
brush up,
buck up,
budge up,
bung up,
but am,
but an,
but as,
but has,
but on,
but ten,
but up,
butt on,
butt up,
can an,
can as,
can on,
chalk up,
chuck up,
chum up,
club has,
club on,
come as,
come on,
come up,
comme le,
comme un,
comme une,
con el,
con un,
crush on,
cut as,
cut on,
cut up,
dam on,
dam up,
dna was

3 syllables:
afghan chief,
become chief,
extra stuff,
office chief,
osage chief,
rajah of,
russia of,
malice of,
royal chief,
arise if,
a leg up,
abut on,
acid as,
acid has,
acid on,
added an,
added as,
added on,
added up,
advice as,
advice on,
arise as,
arise on,
as much as,
become an,
become as,
become much,
begun as,
begun on

4 syllables:
kiowa chief,
aniela jaffe

Some other possibilities:

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