Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mynas:

2 syllables:
in. as,
in as,
in u.s.,
sin as,
sin has,
skin as,
skin has,
thin as,
being as,
being has,
him as,
him has,
king as,
king has,
thing as,
thing has,
big as,
bill as,
bill has,
bit as,
did as,
ear as,
fear as,
fish as,
fit as,
here as,
here has,
his as,
if as,
ill as,
is as,
it as,
it has,
myth as,
near as,
paris as,
quick as,
rich as,
ship as,
ship has,
sit as,
skill as,
smith has,
sphere as,
stiff as,
still as,
still has,
there as,
there has,
thick as,
this as,
this has,
were as,
which as,
which has,
will as,
will has,
with as,
with u.s.,
year as,
year has,
in gas,
in was,
sin was,
since as,
since has,
skin was,
can as,
done as,
man as,
men as,
ran as,
run as,
son as,
son has,
sun as,
sun has,
then as,
then has,
when as,
being was,
drink as,
film as,
film has,
him was,
in ice,
in us,
jim was,
king was

3 syllables:
appear as,
career as,
career has,
berlin was,
begun as,
doing as,
drawing as,
going as,
growing as

Some other possibilities:

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