Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with at times:

2 syllables:
falle eines,
laugh lines,
glass sides,
graph files,
staff files,
that aims,
had eyes,
platt lynes,
black eyes,
class size,
class styles,
cracked tiles,
glass eyes,
glass tiles,
scrap tyres,
that gives,
that guides,
what gives,
cats eyes,
hat size,
slant rhymes,
that lies,
that rise,
that size,
that time,
what lies,
what size,
what time,
fat tails,
what ails,
black lines,
black pines,
cache lines,
class lines,
graph lines,
hanns heinz,
hash signs,
hatch lines,
match lines,
scratch lines,
slash lines,
slash pines,
staff finds,
staff lines,
tag lines,
tanned hides,
track lines,
what types,
batch files,
black sides,
black wives,
cache files,
class files,
class gives,
class ideals,
class wives,
flash files,
flash gives,
glass gives,
glass knives,
glass slides,
graph gives,
grass gives,
jack knives,
match files,
patch files,
scratch files,
staff gives,
staff rides,
takes sides,
that ideal,
track miles,
trash piles,
that james,
what terms,
and eyes,
craft lines,
dashed lines,
hatched lines

3 syllables:
myriad beings,
attack lines,
combat types,
harry hines,
potash mines,
attach files,
attack gives,
japan gives,
nature hides,
combat games,
combat teams,
abstract beings,
abstract lines,
abstract signs,
battle lines,
contact lines,
contact mines,
exact lines,
fortran routines

4 syllables:
zodiac signs,
fibroblast lines

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