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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amphistylar:

2 syllables:
aisles are,
bikes are,
bright star,
by car,
child are,
child star,
christ are,
crimes are,
crime are,
dikes are,
dime bar,
drives are,
dyes are,
ein paar,
eyes are,
eye are,
eye bar,
files are,
file are,
five are,
five star,
flies are,
guides are,
guide bar,
guys are,
heights are,
ice spar,
i bar,
i car,
kinds are,
kind are,
klein jar,
lice are,
life are,
life car,
lights are,
light are,
light bar,
like are,
lines are,
line are,
mice are,
mike parr,
minds are,
mind are,
mines are,
mine are,
mine car,
mites are,
my car,
nice car,
nights are,
night are,
pipes are,
price are,
quite far,
rhymes are,
rice car,
rights are,
right are,
rites are,
sides are,
side are,
side bar,
side car,
signs are,
sine bar,
sites are,
site are,
size are,
slides are,
slide bar,
spikes are,
spines are,
strikes are,
styles are,
style are,
tides are,
ties are,
tie bar,
tiles are,
times are,
time are,
time bar,
tribes are,
tri bar,
tri car,
tri star,
types are,
type are,
type bar,
type char,
type r,
vines are,
vi cfar,
whites are,
white star,
white tar,
why are,
wife are,
wind scar,
wind star,
wines are,
wine bar,
wives are

3 syllables:
alike are,
described are,
designs are,
design are,
design star,
sometimes are,
supplies are,
supply are,
unsigned char

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