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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impish:

2 syllables:
in fish,
tin fish,
big fish,
his wish,
queer fish,
still fish,
this dish,
this fish,
this wish,
will wish,
with fish,
his parish,
this parish,
iv push,
some fish,
will push,
climb which,
cousin pierre,
firing pin,
him being,
him which,
king pin,
min pin,
pitch pitch,
quick pitch,
shrill pitch,
bitt pin,
chill pill,
climb there,
climbed in,
dim sim,
drill pin,
ear fissure,
ear pick,
ear pit,
him did,
him near,
him sit,
him there,
him this,
him till,
him were,
him will,
him with,
his spear,
it wished,
limbs in,
nit pick,
quick pick,
quill pig,
shear pin,
slim jim,
smith wished,
split pin,
stick pin,
still wished,
swim fin,
swish swish,
will pick,
shrimp which,
chip in,
climb in,
dip in,
him here,
him his,
him if,
him in,
him in.,
him is,
him it,
limb is,
lip is,
pip pip,
ship in,
ship is,
skip it,
slip in,
slip is,
strip in,
strip is,
swim in,
tip in,
tip is,
trip in,
trip is,
whip in,
zip it,
scouring rush,
tun dish,
young fish,
being which


3 syllables:
bienville parish,
flying fish,
cigar fish,
convict fish,
gefilte fish,
their wish,
river parish,
asking which


4 syllables:
vitamin pill


Some other possibilities:

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