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

8 letters:
had eyes,
hat size,
and eyes

9 letters:
that aims,
cats eyes,
that lies,
that rise,
that size,
that time,
what lies,
what size,
what time,
fat tails,
what ails,
tag lines

10 letters:
black eyes,
class size,
glass eyes,
that gives,
what gives,
hash signs,
what types,
that ideal,
that james,
what terms

11 letters:
falle eines,
laugh lines,
glass sides,
graph files,
staff files,
platt lynes,
glass tiles,
scrap tyres,
that guides,
black lines,
black pines,
cache lines,
class lines,
graph lines,
hanns heinz,
hatch lines,
match lines,
slash lines,
slash pines,
staff finds,
staff lines,
track lines,
batch files,
black sides,
black wives,
cache files,
class files,
class gives,
class wives,
flash files,
flash gives,
glass gives,
graph gives,
grass gives,
jack knives,
match files,
patch files,
staff gives,
staff rides,
takes sides,
track miles,
trash piles,
craft lines,
harry hines,
japan gives,
exact lines

12 letters:
class styles,
slant rhymes,
tanned hides,
class ideals,
glass knives,
glass slides,
dashed lines,
attack lines,
combat types,
potash mines,
attach files,
attack gives,
nature hides,
combat games,
combat teams,
battle lines,
zodiac signs

13 letters:
cracked tiles,
scratch lines,
scratch files,
hatched lines,
myriad beings,
contact lines,
contact mines

14 letters:
abstract lines,
abstract signs

15 letters:
abstract beings

16 letters:
fortran routines,
fibroblast lines

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