Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amrita:

3 syllables:
amy tan,
hamm mia,
shang china,
t'ang china,
at pisa,
that china,
shangri la,
at sea,
badly eaten,
black beetle,
black pea,
black region,
black sea,
crack reaches,
flat pea,
grass pea,
grass region,
had beaten,
had reason,
jack crevalle,
palm weevil,
sap beetle,
shall realise,
shall reason,
stag beetle,
that reaches,
that reason,
that region,
that sea,
what reason,
carried an,
carried as,
carried on,
carried up,
carried us,
many a,
plant treated,
carries an,
carries on,
carries us,
grass eaten,
had eaten,
had treated,
harry was,
harry young,
snap pea,
staff treated,
fancied up,
from china,
and china,
and even,
and evil,
bandy leg,
black seeded,
candy man,
class needed,
fancy man,
ferranti f100-l,
ferranti f100 l,
gandhi was,
gangly young,
glass needle,
grand deacon,
grand villa,
grant china,
grass needed,
had needed,
handy man,
lanky young,
latch needle,
manly young,
nancy young,
panch shila,
sandy knoll,
staff needed,
stanley cup,
stanley young,
that needed

4 syllables:
assam region,
gamma theta,
amory houghton,
japan china,
attack china,
bombax ceiba,
hacia arriba,
kappa theta,
black hairy tongue,
gamma region,
harry keogh,
jammu region,
branchial a,
compass needle,
enhance china,
shanghai china

5 syllables:
abraham siegel,
marrowfat pea,
phonograph needle

6 syllables:
kaliningrad region

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