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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impish:

6 letters:
dip in,
him if,
him in,
him is,
him it,
lip is,
tip in,
tip is,
zip it


7 letters:
in fish,
iv push,
min pin,
dim sim,
ear pit,
him did,
him sit,
chip in,
him his,
him in.,
limb is,
pip pip,
ship in,
ship is,
skip it,
slip in,
slip is,
swim in,
trip in,
trip is,
whip in


8 letters:
tin fish,
big fish,
his wish,
king pin,
bitt pin,
ear pick,
him near,
him this,
him till,
him were,
him will,
him with,
limbs in,
nit pick,
slim jim,
swim fin,
climb in,
him here,
strip in,
strip is,
tun dish


9 letters:
this dish,
this fish,
this wish,
will wish,
with fish,
some fish,
will push,
him being,
him which,
drill pin,
him there,
his spear,
it wished,
quill pig,
shear pin,
split pin,
stick pin,
will pick


10 letters:
queer fish,
still fish,
his parish,
firing pin,
chill pill,
climbed in,
quick pick,
young fish,
cigar fish,
their wish


11 letters:
this parish,
climb which,
pitch pitch,
quick pitch,
climb there,
ear fissure,
swish swish,
being which,
flying fish


12 letters:
shrill pitch,
smith wished,
still wished,
shrimp which,
convict fish,
gefilte fish,
river parish,
asking which,
vitamin pill


13 letters:
cousin pierre,
scouring rush


16 letters:
bienville parish


Some other possibilities:

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