Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aspires:

8 letters:
at lyons,
and eyes,
at times,
hat size

9 letters:
at whiles,
bad times,
tag lines,
cats eyes,
that lies

10 letters:
past times,
class size,
glass eyes,
hash signs,
that gives,
what gives,
last lines,
shall rise

11 letters:
black pines,
class files,
class gives,
class lines,
class times,
class wives,
glass gives,
glass tiles,
grass gives,
scrap tyres,
slash pines,
trash piles,
glass sides,
batch files,
black lines,
black sides,
black wives,
cache files,
cache lines,
crash times,
flash files,
flash gives,
graph gives,
graph lines,
hanns heinz,
hatch lines,
jack knives,
match files,
match lines,
patch files,
platt lynes,
shang times,
slack times,
slash lines,
snack times,
staff gives,
staff lines,
staff rides,
t'ang times,
takes sides,
that guides,
track lines,
track miles,
glass panes,
brass pipes,
glass pipes,
class finds,
class minds,
falle eines,
glass finds,
graph files,
laugh lines,
staff files,
exact times,
japan gives,
japan times,
gassy mines

12 letters:
class styles,
glass knives,
glass slides,
clasp knives,
tanned hides,
dance styles,
attach files,
attack gives,
attack lines,
potash mines,
batter piles,
zodiac signs

13 letters:
cracked tiles,
scratch files,
scratch lines,
stacked piles,
stamped tiles,
precast piles,
myriad beings,
contact times,
advance lines,
elapsed times

14 letters:
advance slides

15 letters:
scattered piles,
scattered pines

16 letters:
fibroblast lines

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