Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with haemophilia:

3 syllables:
it ia,
this sea,
bering sea,
chick pea,
cich pea,
divvy up,
giddy up,
in sea,
mid sea,
smith ian,
split pea,
which china,
with sea,
billy was,
guilty as,
his plea,
ii as,
ii has,
ii on,
quickly as,
quickly on,
silly young,
still legal,
this plea,
will even,
la niña,
la ni�a,
mary a.,
serie a,
al hillah,
aral sea,
belly up,
full sea,
fully as,
fully on,
poly a,
aiding china,
beer sheva,
being eaten,
being even,
being heated,
bimp eaga,
brick villa,
bring china,
brit milah,
brith milah,
ch'ing china,
cities as,
cities on,
disease as,
disease has,
disease on,
fieri posse,
fiery tongue,
fiery young,
fish eagle,
giddy young,
him even,
his evil,
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,
jimmy was,
jimmy young,
kiddie cam,
kiss my ass,
litchi nut

4 syllables:
criteria as,
entirely as,
entirely on,
milne a a,
nearly an,
nearly as,
precisely as,
precisely on,
until china,
until heated,
until legal,
italy as,
italy has,
bitter pea,
committee as,
committee has,
committee on,
daisy ham,
guinea hen,
issue pea,
jimmy hoffa,
pamir region

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