Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ileus:

2 syllables:
kill us

3 syllables:
brick office,
click office,
cousin alice,
given us,
hiring office,
his office,
in office,
isa bus,
paris office,
parish office,
swiss office,
this office,
visit us,
which office,
built office,
filled office,
hills office,
skilled office,
still famous,
will suffice,
in a huff,
still arise,
will arise,
ill uses,
being famous,
bring jesus,
click menus,
did jesus,
fish genus,
flourish unless,
his famous,
if jesus,
in jesus,
is famous,
is jesus,
it unless,
its office,
ligand assay,
michael hulse,
middle fossae,
nissen huts,
paris cedex,
paris unless,
print office,
sheer malice,
since alice,
sized office,
there jesus,
there unless,
thick mucous,
thing jesus,
thing unless,
think alice,
this famous,
this genus,
touching jesus,
visit twice,
were famous,
which jesus,
with jesus,
with malice,
zillah judge,
an illness,
bhilsa topes

4 syllables:
manila office,
until alice,
berlin office,
career office,
miller alice,
until jesus,
hotel office,
motel office,
adding menus,
appear unless,
asking jesus,
benign mucous,
bigger office,
career unless,
careers office,
cinema house,
coquilla nut,
doing office,
drawing office,
equipped office,
guerilla chief,
inner office,
jewish office,
paying office,
rohilla chief,
signif icance,
their office,
transcription assay,
until helen,
vanilla fudge,
billing office

5 syllables:
employing office,
encourages us,
nondescript office,
virginia office

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