Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with orilla:

4 letters:
is a

5 letters:
big a,
did a,
in a.,
is a.,
in la,
fa la,
la la

6 letters:
sir a.,
fil am,
ill as,
fal la,
tra la,
bid on,
bid up,
big as,
big on,
big up,
bit as,
bit on,
did an,
did as,
did on,
did up,
dig up,
ear as

7 letters:
with a.,
bill as,
bill on,
fill an,
fill up,
hill on,
kill us,
mill on,
will as,
will on,
with la,
beer up,
big ass,
big gun,
chin on,
chin up,
clip on,
diff eq,
dish up,
doing a

8 letters:
sir hugh,
bill has,
ill luck,
skill as,
still an,
still as,
still on,
still up,
will has,
will let,
being an,
being as,
being on,
bitch up,
brick up,
brig gen,
bring an,
bring on,
bring up,
bring us,
cheer on,
cheer up,
click ok,
click on,
climb on,
climb up,
cling on,
until an

9 letters:
still has,
will love,
being has,
bridge on,
brig. gen,
cheer up/,
adding an,
adding up,
appear as,
appear on,
asking us,
berlin on,
career as,
career on,
commit an,
vitamin a

10 letters:
still hung,
still love,
being hung,
bit tongue,
chewing up,
career has

11 letters:
break in on,
break it up,
chewing ass

14 letters:
concanavalin a

Some other possibilities:

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