Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with axilla:

3 syllables:
abd allah,
thank allah,
asked allah,
black sedan,
mass. u.s.a.,
takes office,
taxes as,
taxes on,
thanked allah,
wax acid,
castle on,
fast ata,
fast ata-2,
grande duchesse,
that russia,
ramsay allan,
acted as,
acted on,
acted up,
action as,
action has,
action on,
angle as,
angle on,
back bacon,
back button,
black button,
black cravat,
black cuban,
black double,
black jesus,
black judges,
black lovage,
black muzzle,
black russian,
black tunnel,
black venus,
frank mchugh,
glass cullet,
hamsun knut,
handle on,
jack russell,
practice as,
practice has,
practice on,
ramble on,
sack posset,
sample as,
sample has,
shah nameh,
shall succumb,
shall suffice,
shall summon,
tangle up,
thank alice,
thank helen,
track button,
track tunnel,
traction on,
trample on,
asked alice,
asked allan,
asked helen,
at ucla,
back office,
banks added,
battle as,
battle on,
black couple,
black smudges,
black stubble,
blank ballot,
cattle on,
chance unless,
chances luck,
channel op,
class office,
classes as,
classes on

4 syllables:
attack russia,
saggi sulla,
japan russia,
advances on,
attacked russia,
branchial a,
contact office,
example as,
example has,
example on,
extract added,
finance office,
japan u.s.a.,
reaction as,
reaction assay,
reaction has,
reaction on,
advance unless,
attacked unless,
collapse unless,
contact unless

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