Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with yautia:

2 syllables:
ball u,
c of a,
for a.,
hong ha,
paul a.,
george a.,
law judge,
all an,
all as,
all has,
all love,
all on,
all u.s.,
all up,
ball as,
ball on,
ball up,
be caught up,
bore on,
bore up,
broad as,
call an,
call as,
call on,
call up,
call us,
caught on,
caught up,
clause as,
cross as,
cross on,
cross up,
dawn on,
door as,
door on,
draw cut,
draw some,
drawn as,
drawn on,
drawn up,
draws on,
draws up,
fall as,
fall on,
faux naïf,
faux na�f,
faux pas,
for al,
for an,
for as,
for ice,
for la,
for on,
for u.s.,
for up,
for us,
fought as,
fought on,
fraud on,
gloss on,
gone as,
gone on,
gone up,
gore al,
half an,
half as,
half ass,
half on,
hall as,
hall on,
haul ass,
haul up,
law but,
law can,
law was,
law when,
laws as,
laws on,
long an,
long as,
long has,
long on,
loss as,
loss has

3 syllables:
a f of l,
along an,
along as,
along on,
among us,
as long as,
assault on,
because an,
because as,
because on,
before an,
before as,
before on,
before us,
default on

5 syllables:
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