Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aphtha:

2 syllables:
alt a,
and a.,
at la,
chang sha,
frank a.,
q and a,
stat mux,
t and a,
that la,
at a.,
back then,
class a,
draft on,
had then,
laughed as,
papp a,
plan a,
shall then,
staff can,
staff chief,
staff judge,
staff was,
that a.,
that then,
what then,
path as,
path on,
staff as,
staff has,
staff on,
had thus,
that thus,
abd al,
act as,
act has,
act on,
act up,
add much,
add some,
adds an,
adds up,
and am,
and an,
and as,
and done,
and has,
and hung,
and ice,
and l.,
and la,
and on,
and u.s.,
and up,
ann was,
anne was,
ash can,
ask an,
ask us,
at bus,
at much,
at run,
at san,
at some,
at such,
at twice,
at was,
at when,
att. gen,
att gen,
back but,
back judge,
back rub,
back some,
back was,
back when,
backed up,
backs on,
backs up,
bad luck,
bad man,
bad men,
bag man,
bag was,
baled on,
balled up,
band on,
bangs up,
bank as,
bank can,
bank has

3 syllables:
advance as,
advance on,
also a.,
attached as,
attack was,
attack young,
attacked as,
attacked on,
attacks on

4 syllables:
abraham was

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