Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hominid:

3 syllables:
from middle,
got in on,
lock in on,
not fitted,
vomic nut,
from illness,
from income,
from ireland,
larvae invade,
cause added,
dog headed,
hot headed,
locke added,
mop headed,
more rigid,
not added,
nott headed,
scott added,
shock headed,
square headed,
cause image,
causing an,
clotting assay,
cocking up,
cropping up,
hot ticket,
jogging on,
knocking on,
knocking up,
locking on,
locking up,
logging on,
mopping up,
popping up,
propping up,
rolling on,
rolling up,
square image,
squaring up,
stock image,
stocking up,
stopping up,
topping up,
washing up,
watching as,
watching us

4 syllables:
madame millet,
trotting ahead,
bourgeois middle,
madame michel,
passage cited,
farming ahead,
bromic acid,
chromic acid,
madame mignon,
stalin added,
stalin needed,
stalin offered,
passage added

5 syllables:
glutamic acid

6 syllables:
mefenamic acid

7 syllables:
pteroylglutamic acid

9 syllables:
pteroylmonoglutamic acid

Some other possibilities:

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