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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with split pea:

3 syllables:
it ia,
mid sea,
bering sea,
in sea,
with sea,
bimp eaga,
brit milah,
his plea,
this plea,
this sea,
aiding china,
beer sheva,
brick villa,
bring china,
brith milah,
ch'ing china,
guilty as,
ibm 370esa,
in china,
india as,
india on,
kiss my ass,
quickly as,
quickly on,
vis viva,
with china,
giddy up,
chipped china,
cling peaches,
divvy up,
his speeches,
imply an,
in pieces,
it ceases,
it needed,
it reaches,
it reads,
its evil,
simply an,
simply as,
simply on,
smith ian,
strictly on,
string pieces,
tearing pieces,
thick pieces,
which china,
whitney young,
with pieces,
dead sea,
head sea,
air sea,
aral sea,
daire keogh,
full sea,
henry a.,
judge keogh,
cities as,
cities on,
ii as,
ii has,
ii on,
it even,
it pleases,
it teaches,
quilt pieces,
sippy cup,
witty tongue,
witty young


4 syllables:
committee as,
committee has,
committee on,
entirely as,
entirely on,
milne a a,
precisely as,
precisely on,
until china,
adding pieces,
appear prima,
assist china,
commit treason,
committee can,
committee chief,
committee was,
committees on,
criteria as,
shipped a sea,
guilty plea


5 syllables:
subcommittee on,
violin pieces


6 syllables:
haemophilia a


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