Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with miata:

2 syllables:
ta ta


3 syllables:
di una,
surely allah,
lipid a,
pea dove,
sea dove,
sea duck,
surely added,
they added,
by acid,
by alice,
by helen,
by russia,
flea comb,
free acid,
my office,
pea aphid,
pea bug,
pea comb,
plea was,
please allah,
sea bug,
sea chub,
sea gull,
sea mud,
sea pen,
sea run,
sea was,
shea nut,
street u.s.a.,
client as,
client has,
sea has,
sea hen,
they retain,
viet cong,
viet nam,
alma ata,
eia tia,
phi beta,
try it on,
been added,
by adult,
by sudden,
china added,
cream added,
greeted us,
heated up,
needed an,
needed as,
needed on,
piece added,
queen added,
reads as,
reads up,
rita dove,
scene added,
sea ducks,
seated on,
speeded up,
steve added,
these added,
three adult,
tierra del,
treated as,
treated on,
treated us


4 syllables:
expressly added,
area but,
area can,
area rug,
area was,
idea can,
idea was,
idea when,
kia ora,
mia mia,
reveal an,
sea pea,
area has,
china tea,
entry button,
idea has,
theater heute,
areas added,
college added,
completed an,
completed as,
completed on,
entries added,
opium den,
proceeded as,
proceeded on,
receive added,
repeated as,
repeated on,
succeeded as,
supreme buddha,
teoria della


5 syllables:
area nuda


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