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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with minima:

3 syllables:
which china,
in china,
in even,
it ia,
skinny young,
this sea,
in sea,
la nina,
aiding china,
bring china,
ch'ing china,
being eaten,
being even,
being heated,
bimp eaga,
brit milah,
brith milah,
him even,
ibm 370esa,
jimmy was,
jimmy young,
litchi nut,
with china,
beer sheva,
billy was,
brick villa,
cities as,
cities on,
disease as,
disease has,
disease on,
fieri posse,
fiery tongue,
fiery young,
fish eagle,
giddy young,
his evil,
if even,
is eaten,
is even,
is evil,
is heated,
is seated,
it even,
it teaches,
ivy arum,
kiddie cam,
paris season,
shear region,
silly young,
sippy cup,
sticky bun,
sticky tongue,
still legal,
there even,
there reaches,
there reason,
this even,
this evil,
this season,
vis viva,
were eaten,
were even,
were heated,
which even,
will even,
with even,
with evil,
witty tongue,
witty young,
any man,
any men,
funny man,
la niña,
la ni�a,
money man,
bering sea,
ibn sina,
since china,
being needed,
bring needed,
bring needle,
chick pea,
chimney lug,
cich pea,
dip needle,
divvy up

4 syllables:
jimmy hoffa,
until china,
pamir region,
until heated,
until legal,
inner china,
jimmy mchugh,
appear prima,
benign lesion,
billy herman,
criteria as,
dinner eaten

5 syllables:
delivery man

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