Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with net income:

3 syllables:
getting some,
fair dinkum,
setting comes,
where incomes,
reading psalm,
czech kingdom,
spread islam,
yet become,
press system,
where islam,
heading comes,
reading comes,
blessing comes,
breathing comes,
getting the hump,
sharing comes,
marriage comes,
their sum,
threat system,
testing comes,
breath become,
death become,
flesh become,
them become,
well become,
getting them,
letting them,
setting them,
getting young,
letting young,
setting sun,
spending some,
within some,
begin young,
begins on,
debts become,
getting shut,
glenn hinson,
kevin young,
marriage can,
retin a,
setting was,
spread system,
swelling domes,
thread system,
threat becomes,
threats become,
wrecking pump

4 syllables:
better incomes,
access system,
assess system,
express system,
success system,
accept islam,
cadet system,
habet vigorem,
professed islam,
protect islam,
reset input,
setting become,
steady incomes,
lamellae become,
messenger comes,
percentage comes,
progress become,
success become,
their incomes,
considere comme,
assets become,
athletic young,
better become,
content become,
defend islam,
effect become,
ketef hinnom,
lowest incomes,
object become,
oppressed become,
percent become,
project become,
respect become,
rhetoric comes,
sector incomes,
subject become

5 syllables:
cosmetic outcome,
primary incomes,
competition comes

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