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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with criteria:

2 syllables:
sir a.,
sir hugh,
the ira


3 syllables:
it ia,
this sea,
mary a.,
serie a,
bering sea,
chick pea,
cich pea,
divvy up,
giddy up,
in sea,
mid sea,
smith ian,
split pea,
which china,
with sea,
beer sheva,
fieri posse,
fiery tongue,
fiery young,
ii as,
ii has,
ii on,
shear region,
there even,
there reaches,
there reads,
there reason,
were eaten,
were even,
were heated,
la niña,
la ni�a,
air sea,
an ira,
carry an,
carry on,
carry us,
daire keogh,
henry a.,
la reina,
marry up,
mary as,
prairie hen,
vary as,
aiding china,
being eaten,
being even,
being heated,
billy was,
bimp eaga,
brick villa,
bring china,
brit milah,
brith milah,
ch'ing china,
cities as,
cities on,
disease as,
disease has,
disease on,
fish eagle,
giddy young,
guilty as,
him even,
his evil,
his plea,
ibm 370esa,
if even,
in china,
in even,
india as,
india on,
is eaten,
is even,
is evil,
is heated,
is seated,
it even,
it teaches,
ivy arum


4 syllables:
entirely as,
entirely on,
pamir region,
library as,
library has,
library on,
bitter pea,
committee as,
committee has,
committee on,
daisy ham,
guinea hen,
issue pea,
jimmy hoffa


5 syllables:
necessary as,
necessary on


6 syllables:
haemophilia a


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