Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with piscina:

3 syllables:
aiding china,
bring china,
ch'ing china,
in china,
with china,
since china,
which china,
vis viva,
years china,
build china,
chipped china,
swiss cheeses,
think china,
beer sheva,
litchi nut,
this sea,
bimp eaga,
brick villa,
brit milah,
brith milah,
ibm 370esa,
rural china,
where china,
young china,
being cheated,
bering sea,
big cheeses,
chick pea,
chris weedon,
christ teaches,
cich pea,
frisky young,
his legal,
his reason,
his speeches,
his thesis,
his weapon,
ibn sina,
in sea,
is legal,
is needed,
is reason,
mid sea,
paris region,
paris thesis,
quick cleanup,
split pea,
swiss legal,
this legal,
this lesion,
this reason,
this region,
this theorem,
this thesis,
this weapon,
whiskey jug,
with sea,
house china,
place china,
disease as,
disease has,
disease on,
his evil,
his plea,
his weakness

4 syllables:
until china,
assist china,
unless china,
inner china,
seeing china,
maoist china,
become china,
hotel china,
urban china,
exist even,
precisely such,
precisely when,
reduce china,
rising china,
visit china,
bringing china,
bukit china,
cochin china,
during china,
facing china,
fighting china,
given china,
giving china,
into china

5 syllables:
consider china,
encourage china,
supplying china,
attacking china,
comparing china,
concerning china,
considered china,
containing china,
engaging china,
excluding china,
explaining china

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