Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cornea:

3 syllables:
for sea,
or sea,
long sea,
shawn keogh,
cross sea,
flores sea,
for china,
north sea,
or china,
short sea,
glory as,
horne lena,
lowry assay,
score needed,
store needed,
story as,
story has,
story on,
poetry as,
poetry has,
salt sea,
small pica,
small villa,
strong china,
strongly as,
strongly on,
thought china,
many a,
broad needle,
course china,
dor beetle,
for legal,
force ceases,
force china,
forty men,
forty young,
fourth thesis,
gauge needle,
george eaton,
george piatt,
george sheehan,
north china,
north villa,
or legal,
port vila,
shore beaches,
shore teetan,
small needle,
store leases,
swarthy young,
though china,
thought needed,
wally schirra,
war beaten,
at sea,
black pea,
black sea,
flat pea,
from sea,
grass pea,
snow flea,
south sea,
that sea,
board needed,
brawny young,
corn weevil,
corps needed,
course needed,
court needed,
for even,
for evil,
for reason,
force needed,
george needed,
glory was,
horse needed,
kauri gum,
more even

4 syllables:
before china,
glory pea,
restore china,
maori hen,
along china,
among china,
because china,
mauna kea,
reform china,
transform china,
before legal,
coral pea,
coral sea,
story villa,
support china,
before even,
before reason,
korea has,
maori chief

5 syllables:
labrador sea,
priority on,
marrowfat pea

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