Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with arrhythmias:

3 syllables:
guilty as,
india as,
quickly as,
ii as,
ii has,
jimmy was,
kiss my ass,
smith teaches,
with pieces,
big cheeses,
brick villas,
christ teaches,
cling peaches,
his speeches,
in pieces,
indeed as,
indeed has,
it ceases,
it reaches,
it reads,
quick reads,
simply as,
split pieces,
still reads,
string pieces,
swiss cheeses,
tearing pieces,
there ceases,
thick pieces,
thing ceases,
which reaches,
which reads,
which teaches,
billy was,
cities as,
disease as,
disease has,
it teaches,
there reaches,
there reads,
lovely as,
merely as,
purely as,
supply as,
supply has,
ii was

4 syllables:
committee as,
committee has,
entirely as,
precisely as,
criteria as,
adding pieces,
committee was,
india has,
india whose,
injury as,
liberty as,
nearly as,
agency as,
agency has,
majesty has

5 syllables:
ability as,
violin pieces,
virginia whose,
criteria whose,
nigeria whose

6 syllables:
algorithm reaches,
arrhythmia occurs

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