Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prairie chicken:

4 syllables:
fairy vision,
marie michon,
marie simon,
parry liddon,
carry hidden,
carrying an,
carrying on,
peggy shippen,
any given,
any written,
anything on,
messy kitchen,
pretty ribbon,
steady vision,
fairly begun,
merely begun,
series begun,
anything can,
barry lyndon,
carey wilson,
everything on,
fairly given,
fairly written,
ferry ticket,
fresh revision,
henri simon,
henry dillon,
henry simon,
jeffrey simon,
jerry wilson,
larry wilson,
marie wilson,
marie wilton,
married simon,
marry michael,
merely given,
merely written,
series given,
series written,
sherry simon,
terry wilson,
barry higman,
carry children,
carry immense,
carryings on,
cherry hinton,
everything can,
healthy chickens,
henry dickens,
henry dickson,
henry dixon,
merely hidden,
merry children,
series fiction,
weary children,
barry began,
jerry began,
larry began,
marie began,
terry began,
carry seven,
carry within,
fairy woman,
hairy woman,
larry semon,
marie seton

5 syllables:
binary fission,
binary vision,
library mission,
library written,
primary mission,
hilary shipman,
library ticket,
lirrary edition,
maria sison,
primary missions,
primary piston,
stereo vision,
library children,
primary children,
library began,
library button,
library within

6 syllables:
necessary given,
necessary vision,
necessary written,
necessary fiction,
binary addition,
commentaries written,
library addition,
library edition,
primary emission,
scenario given,
scenario written,
necessary fictions,
necessary friction,
primary origin

7 syllables:
obituary written,
necessary addition,
salivary origin

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