Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with yeshiva:

3 syllables:
any evil,
flesh eaten,
fleshy tongue,
mary a.,
serie a,
them even,
where even,
yet even,
where china,
any but,
any judge,
any luck,
any man,
any men,
any non,
any such,
any sum,
any young,
bellied up,
bread eaten,
carry some,
carry young,
cherry rum,
demi rep,
demi sel,
fairy cup,
flare region,
freddie young,
gerry schum,
hairy tongue,
heavy dutch,
heavy tongue,
heavy young,
jelly man,
jerry can,
kelly was,
larry young,
levied on,
marie neurath,
marie was,
married an,
married on,
marry young,
mary was,
merry men,
merry young,
peggy eaton,
petty chief,
press seattle,
pretty much,
pretty young,
series as,
series has,
series on,
spread eagle,
steady young,
steppe eagle,
vary much,
weary young,
web beacon,
where reason,
be'er sheva,
beer sheva,
air sea,
belly up,
carry an,
carry on,
carry us,
daire keogh,
dead sea,
felt even,
festi val,
fresh cheeses,
fresh faeces,
fresh legal,
fresh needle,
fresh peaches,
fresh pieces,
fresh reason,
head sea,
heath pea,
heavy as,
heavy on,
henry a.,
jenny ass,
levy on

4 syllables:
hotel china,
barry hannah,
hotel villa,
library was,
progress ceases,
repair regen,
every evil,
jerry votta,
lesser evil

5 syllables:
necessary evil,
commentaries on,
necessary but,
necessary when,
dataset schema

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