Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amrita:

6 letters:
at sea,
many a

7 letters:
amy tan,
at pisa

8 letters:
hamm mia,
flat pea,
that sea,
snap pea,
and even,
and evil

9 letters:
black pea,
black sea,
grass pea,
had eaten,
harry was,
and china,
bandy leg,
candy man,
fancy man,
handy man

10 letters:
that china,
shangri la,
had beaten,
had reason,
sap beetle,
carried an,
carried as,
carried on,
carried up,
carried us,
carries an,
carries on,
carries us,
fancied up,
from china,
gandhi was,
had needed

11 letters:
shang china,
t'ang china,
badly eaten,
palm weevil,
stag beetle,
that reason,
that region,
what reason,
grass eaten,
had treated,
harry young,
grand villa,
grant china,
lanky young,
manly young,
nancy young,
panch shila,
sandy knoll,
stanley cup,
that needed,
gamma theta,
japan china,
kappa theta,
harry keogh,
branchial a

12 letters:
black beetle,
black region,
grass region,
shall reason,
that reaches,
black seeded,
class needed,
gangly young,
glass needle,
grand deacon,
grass needed,
latch needle,
staff needed,
assam region,
attack china,
bombax ceiba,
hacia arriba,
gamma region,
jammu region

13 letters:
crack reaches,
jack crevalle,
shall realise,
plant treated,
staff treated,
stanley young,
enhance china,
marrowfat pea

14 letters:
amory houghton,
compass needle,
shanghai china,
abraham siegel

15 letters:
ferranti f100-l,
ferranti f100 l

17 letters:
phonograph needle

18 letters:
black hairy tongue,
kaliningrad region

Some other possibilities:

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