Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with idioms:

3 syllables:
there reads,
ii as,
ii has,
india as,
fiery tongues,
it reads,
sticky tongues,
there reasons,
quick reads,
still reads,
which reads,
cities as,
cities comes,
guilty as,
it teaches,
billy was,
disease as,
disease comes,
disease has,
giddy up,
jimmy was,
quickly as,
quickly comes,
there reaches,
dreary hills,
lickey hills,
silly heads,
sticky hairs,
ii was,
indeed as,
indeed comes,
indeed has,
kiddie cam

4 syllables:
criteria as,
career reasons,
period as,
period has,
period whose,
committee as,
committee comes,
committee has,
idiot knows,
india knows,
indian knows,
indian whose,
entirely as,
guinea worms,
idi amin,
idiom of,
india chose,
india offers,
india shows,
india these,
india those,
india was,
misery comes,
nearly as,
period homes,
precisely as,
trivia games,
cindy adams,
india comes,
india has,
india means,
india seems,
india whose,
indian homes,
indian maize,
indian names

5 syllables:
criteria these,
material as,
material has,
material whose,
nigeria shows,
virginia hills,
virginia was,
chrysomelid beetles,
conidial heads,
criteria means,
criteria seems,
criteria whose,
machinery comes,
nigeria whose,
presidium of,
video offers,
virginia james,
virginia mines,
virginia seems,
virginia whose

Some other possibilities:

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