Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with images:

3 syllables:
image as,
limit as,
image was,
cited as,
device has,
given as,
ill uses,
it uses,
little as,
little has,
mission as,
spirit as,
spirit has,
vision as,
which uses,
written as,
image on,
limit was,
limits as,
simon was,
simple as,
which judges,
image comes,
chris hedges,
cliff edges,
famous as,
judge judges,
minute touches,
scouring rushes,
spring gushes,
thick edges,
thick hedges,
woman as,
woman has,
business as,
business has,
illness as,
income as,
income has,
kingdom as,
kingdom has,
linux comes,
printed as,
spirit touches,
brick ovens,
device was

4 syllables:
admitted as,
as little as,
commission as,
commission has,
condition as,
condition has,
decision as,
decision has,
division as,
division has,
origin as,
provision as,
provision has,
religion as,
religion has,
rewritten as,
tradition as,
tradition has,
career judges,
image edges,
image offers,
image others,
adding edges,
until edges,
adding commas,
lapin agile,
opinion as,
opinion has,
reprinted as,
resin acids,
addition was,
ambition was,
appearance as,
commission was,
condition was,
conditions as,
conditions has,
decision was,
decisions as,
deficit was,
depicted as,
description as,
division was,
enlisted as

5 syllables:
communism as,
definition as,
definition has,
proposition as,
encourage judges,
virginia was,
ability as,
communism was,
definition was

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