Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sheikha:

2 syllables:
like love,
like man,
like men,
like much,
like some,
like such,
like when,
mike was,
pikes on,
quite a,
sine qua,
spike rush,
strike dumb,
strike was,
strikes on,
strikes us,
type a,
ysyk köl,
eye can,
eye cup,
hike up,
like an,
like as,
like on,
like us,
psych up,
strike on,
strike up,
strike us,
beings as,
bind up,
blind as,
blind us,
bride was,
bright sun,
bright touches,
bright young,
child as,
child has,
child on,
chile nut,
cried young,
crime was,
dice cup,
died when,
died young,
dien bien,
dies non,
drive raleigh,
drive was,
drive young,
dye stuff,
eyes but,
eyes can,
eyes shut,
eyes was,
eyes when

3 syllables:
divine ousia,
unlike some,
unlike young,
acquire some,
advise young,
alive when,
arrived as,
arrived on,
assigned an,
assigned as,
briefly touches,
chiefly rural,
combined dutch,
decide when,
decides on,
decline was,
declined as,
defined as,
defined on,
defines an,
defines as,
delight young,
derived as,
describe some,
describe young,
described an,
described as,
described on,
describes an,
describes as,
design can,
design was,
designed as,
designs on,
desire was,
divine judge,
divine love,
empire was,
eye of ra,
favourite son,
favourite young

4 syllables:
families can,
families was

Some other possibilities:

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