Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with america:

3 syllables:
retin a,
bearing an,
bearing on,
bearing up,
clair engle,
flair image,
flaring up,
marriage as,
marriage has,
marriage on,
pairing up,
staring up,
tariff on,
wearing an,
wearing on,
where written,
fare wicket,
marriage can,
share income,
sweat trickle,
where income,
where michael,
para la,
where russia,
begin an,
begin as,
begin on,
betting on,
blessing on,
cette image,
checking on,
death image,
delle citta,
dredging up,
dressing up,
dwelling on,
fetching up,
fresh image,
getting an,
getting on,
getting up,
heading up,
leading an,
leading on,
leading up,
leading us,
letting on,
letting up,
messing up,
pepsin a,
press image,
pressing on,
reading an,
reading as,
reading on,
reading up,
renin assay,
selling on,
selling up,
setting an,
setting as,
setting hen,
setting on,
setting up,
severe as,
shell ibis,
stepping on,
stepping up,
telling on,
telling us,
treading on,
welling up,
herring gull,
air inlet,
bearing young,
breath become,
check written,
clair mitchell,
daring young,
death become

4 syllables:
frederick a.,
preparing an,
addressing as,
assess civil,
express civil,
express image,
expressing an,
possess innate,
possessing an,
suppress civil,
appendix a.,
athletic ass'n,
athletic club,
athletic young,
carry hidden,
carrying an,
carrying on,
comparing young

5 syllables:
clonogenic assay,
binary image

Some other possibilities:

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