Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wish list:

7 letters:
fill it,
kill it,
till it,
will it,
in gift

8 letters:
ear cyst,
his fist,
brit lit,
were lit,
still it,
will hit,
his gift,
in built,
is built,
it built,
until it

9 letters:
his wrist,
chick lit,
piss slit,
will lift,
wished it,
his guilt,
is picked,
it wished,
this gift,
with gilt,
fear lest,
which fit

10 letters:
gear shift,
is shipped,
this shift,
were built,
will shift,
with built,
with guilt

11 letters:
stiff wrist,
thick wrist,
thin lipped,
which lists,
pitch shift,
which built,
being built,
brick built,
bring guilt,
is switched,
quick shift,
singh built,
smith built,
split shift,
stick shift,
still built,
swing shift,
there built,
thick quilt,
thing built,
this wicked,
were picked,
cette liste,
which fixed,
which lifts,
being fixed,
being mixed,
issue lists,
admit guilt,
until guilt

12 letters:
bridge whist,
being kissed,
being missed,
still missed,
bridge built,
being kicked,
being picked,
being ripped,
chris picked,
smith picked,
smith wished,
stick dipped,
still wished,
there picked,
were shipped,
parish chest,
trish looked,
which christ,
which linked,
being linked,
submit lists,
career shift,
until picked,
adding mixed,
appear fixed,
appear mixed,
benign cysts,
benign mixed

13 letters:
being shipped,
being whipped,
there shipped,
being pierced,
appear linked,
asking christ

14 letters:
official lists

Some other possibilities:

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