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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with single file:

3 syllables:
shingle style,
simple while,
symbol while,
cheerful while,
crystal while,
kingdom while,
pistol while,
signal while,
bengal while,
jingle mail,
jungle while,
michael while,
symbol files,
fiddle while,
ingle side,
little while,
middle chile,
middle while,
nipple while,
whistle while,
income while,
giggled while,
hindus while,
inches while,
input while,
mischief while,
printed while,
regal style,
billion while,
business style,
business while,
christian while,
fiction while,
fitness while,
friction pile,
friction while,
illness while,
islam while,
lifted while,
listen while,
million while,
piston while,
shifted while,
sickness while,
system while,
thickness while,
wilson while,
wisdom while,
witness while,
witnessed while,
being compiled,
chicken while,
image while,
impulse while,
input files,
limit while,
minute while,
simple child,
simple smile,
simple style,
sinful child,
stricken while,
symbols while,
ticket while


4 syllables:
official while,
official files,
opinion while,
conviction while,
description while,
existed while,
forgiveness while,
restricted while,
criminal while,
critical while,
immobile while,
minimal while,
miracle mile,
opinion filed,
singles final


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