Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phidias:

2 syllables:
did as

3 syllables:
ii as,
ii has,
india as,
cities as,
guilty as,
it teaches,
billy was,
disease as,
disease has,
giddy up,
jimmy was,
quickly as,
there reaches,
there reads,
ii was,
indeed as,
indeed has,
duty as,
pretty as,
busy as,
fully as,
heavy as,
mary as,
money as,
money has,
vary as,
divvy up,
smith ian,
body as,
body has,
lady has,
media as,
ready as,
studied as,
studies as,
studies has,
study as,
study has,
christ teaches,
cities was,
it ceases,
it ia,
it reaches,
it reads,
smith teaches,
split pieces,
which teaches,
big cheeses,
brick villas,
cling peaches,
disease was,
fiery tongues,
giddy young,
his speeches,
ii on,
in pieces,
india on,
kiddie cam,
quick reads,
simply as

4 syllables:
criteria as,
committee as,
committee has,
entirely as,
nearly as,
precisely as,
india has,
india whose,
italy as,
italy has,
library as,
library has,
already has,
consider as,
committee was,
liberty as,
adding pieces,
billy hughes,
career reasons,
clear pieces,
injury as,
lydia heard,
period as,
period has,
period whose,
policy as,
policy has

5 syllables:
criteria whose,
nigeria whose,
virginia whose,
necessary as,
ability as,
criteria these,
delivery was,
machinery was,
material as,
material has,
material whose,
nigeria shows

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