Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with corn chip:

2 syllables:
board ship,
horse whip,
short trip,
call slip,
half slip,
long trip,
board ships,
force ships,
small ship,
tall ship,
born there,
born with,
borne there,
borne with,
cork tipped,
horse slipped,
scorn which,
short trips,
sworn there,
warned him,
warned his,
warned in,
borne up,
torn up,
for ships,
george gipps,
store ships,
born here,
born in,
born near,
borne in,
for near,
horn in,
horn is,
or near,
quartz chips,
small chips,
sworn in,
torn in,
warn him,
formed up,
guard ship,
storm jib,
swarms up,
warmed up,
warms up,
door step,
forked up,
forks up,
your trip,
form 1099-div,
form 1099 div,
form this,
form which,
form will,
form with,
formed his,
formed in,
formed is,
forms in,
forms is,
forms it,
george kibbe,
norms in,
short rib,
storm being,
storm there,
storm which,
swarm there,
swarm which,
swarm with

3 syllables:
aboard ship,
transport ship,
support chips,
acorn cup,
aboard ships,
support ships,
transport ships,
acorn which,
before touching,
consort touching,
dorsal lip,
transport trips,
foreign ships,
conform with,
perform there,
perform this,
perform which,
perform with,
performed his,
performed in,
performed it,
reform being,
reform bill,
reform there,
reform were,
reform which,
reforms in,
transform which,
transformed in

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