Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with english:

2 syllables:
big fish,
his parish,
swish swish,
this parish,
spring flush,
tearing flesh,
in fish,
tin fish,
glis glis,
his wish,
kings lynn,
queer fish,
still fish,
still flourish,
this dish,
this fish,
this wish,
will wish,
with fish,
ding ling,
ring gear,
things flourish,
ting ling,
monk fish,
being fresh,
bring fresh,
drink which,
his flesh,
pouring fresh,
quick blush,
quick flesh,
quick flush,
ring thrush,
thick flesh,
think which,
being quick,
blink beer,
bring quick,
drink being,
drink there,
drink with,
drinks in,
firing switch,
gin sling,
hill climb,
kings which,
link with,
linked in,
links in,
pink gin,
prince wished,
rings which,
routing switch,
sheer cliff,
shrink fit,
skin flick,
springs which,
stiff climb,
still cling,
strings which,
swing bridge,
swings which,
things which,
think being,
think big,
think chris,
think fit,
think quick,
think there,
think this,
think will,
think with,
thinke there,
thinks ill,
thinks in,
thinks is,
thinks it,
wings which

3 syllables:
bienville parish,
convict fish,
gefilte fish,
aching flesh,
cigar fish,
flying fish,
adding fresh,
spinach quiche,
clinid fish,
extinct in,
single parish,
uphill climb

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