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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chick pea:

3 syllables:
bering sea,
in sea,
mid sea,
with sea,
bimp eaga,
brick villa,
his plea,
it ia,
quickly as,
quickly on,
this plea,
this sea,
thick pieces,
aiding china,
beer sheva,
bring china,
brit milah,
brith milah,
ch'ing china,
guilty as,
ibm 370esa,
in china,
india as,
india on,
kiss my ass,
vis viva,
with china,
click beetle,
brick villas,
cling peaches,
divvy up,
dixie cup,
giddy up,
his speeches,
imply an,
in pieces,
pick feet up,
quick cleanup,
quick reads,
quickly eaten,
quickly hushed,
quickly judge,
quickly put,
quickly when,
sickly young,
simply an,
simply as,
simply on,
smith ian,
split pieces,
strictly on,
string pieces,
tearing pieces,
thick client,
thick needle,
thick region,
think china,
which china,
with pieces,
air sea,
aral sea,
daire keogh,
dead sea,
full sea,
head sea,
henry a.,
judge keogh,
ii as,
ii has,
ii on,
sippy cup,
sticky bun,
sticky tongue,
think pieces

4 syllables:
committee as,
committee has,
committee on,
entirely as,
entirely on,
milne a a,
precisely as,
precisely on,
until china,
adding pieces,
appear prima,
criteria as,
dirac sea,
quickly arise,
victory on,
classic pieces,
thicker pieces

5 syllables:
subcommittee on,
violin pieces,
mosaic pieces

6 syllables:
adriatic sea,
haemophilia a

Some other possibilities:

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