Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with babesia:

3 syllables:
stray pieces,
baby was,
may beetle,
maybe even,
baby has,
baby on,
brain needed,
brave eagle,
case even,
chaim sheba,
crazy young,
daily eagle,
eighty young,
grain needed,
have eaten,
have even,
lady bug,
lady love,
lady luck,
lady muck,
lady was,
made even,
make even,
navy man,
navy was,
place china,
place even,
plate heated,
scale legal,
shaky cam,
snake eagle,
spain needed,
trade china,
eight pieces,
flame pea,
frame pieces,
place pieces,
plain pieces,
played pieces,
scale pieces,
stage pieces,
straight pieces,
trade pieces,
baby bump,
baby bust,
brain ceases,
crazy stuff,
daily on,
daily stuff,
grain beetle,
grave reason,
have beaten,
have reason,
lady has,
lady on,
main reason,
may even,
maybe needed,
navy as,
plain reason,
saint baeda,
same reason,
vague reason,
grey hen,
prey on

4 syllables:
today china,
delay ceases,
always eaten,
became china,
became even,
became heated,
behaviour as,
behaviour on,
calais region,
caley pea,
campaign heated,
campaign needed,
contain china,
debate heated,
delay needed,
engage china,
explain china,
female eagle,
malay region,
obtain needed,
persuade china,
survey region,
today reaches,
contain pieces,
create pieces,
always beaten,
always reason,
eighty houses,
estate leases,
female beetle,
meiji seika,
obtain leases

5 syllables:
japanese beetle

Some other possibilities:

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