Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with peoria:

2 syllables:
for a.,
the torah

3 syllables:
cross sea,
for sea,
glory as,
lowry assay,
or sea,
story as,
story has,
story on,
long sea,
shawn keogh,
though china,
wally schirra,
flores sea,
for china,
for even,
for evil,
for reason,
glory was,
kauri gum,
more even,
more reason,
nor even,
north sea,
or china,
or even,
or evil,
or reason,
or region,
poetry as,
poetry has,
quarry man,
saw reason,
score reaches,
shore region,
short sea,
sorry ma'am,
stories as,
stories on,
story but,
story can,
story was,
though reason,
trough region,
hamm mia,
many a,
poly a,
ross sea,
snap pea,
snow pea,
mari el,
mary a.,
serie a,
all evil,
all legal,
bawdy humour,
brawny young,
gawky young,
half eagle,
haughty chief,
haughty young,
hawk eagle,
long eaton,
moth eaten,
pawnee chief,
salt sea,
saucy tongue,
saucy young,
scaly leg,
shawnee chief,
small lesion,
small pica,
small villa,
strong china,
strongly as,
strongly on,
tawny eagle,
though beaten,
though feeble,
though legal,
though seated,
thought china,
all reason

4 syllables:
maori hen,
before china,
before even,
before reason,
glory pea,
korea has,
maori chief,
restore china,
along china,
among china,
because china,
because even,
mauna kea,
withdraw needle

5 syllables:
ionophore a23187,
hoary pea

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