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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with indices:

3 syllables:
spring rises,
cliff rises,
inside as,
it rises,
pitch rises,
ridge rises,
still rises,
which rises,
in prices,
there rises,
thin slices,
brick sizes,
drill sizes,
king midas,
in cases,
print sizes,
sun rises,
bring prices,
christ rises,
print items,
print titles,
bid prices,
fish slices,
grid bias,
if prices,
inquire as,
inside was,
quick fixes,
rinse cycles,
sized items,
thick slices,
this bias,
which fixes,
which prices,
with prices,
skinned races,
since prices,
sized slices,
bring cases,
swing phases,
tongue rises,
von mises,
wing cases,
blood rises,
bread rises,
flood rises,
in wages,
it faces,
pressure rises,
quick phases,
schiff bases,
sheer faces,
skill bases,
still faces,
stress rises,
there cases,
which cases,
which faces,
with cases,
cousin silas,
disguised as,
firing cycles,
firing rifles,
invite us,
missed items,
print title,
winged lions,
with titles


4 syllables:
benign cases,
asking prices,
berlin crises,
river rises,
their vices,
until prices,
window sizes,
dinner prices,
ginger slices,
hindu idols,
inside houses,
login items,
thinner slices,
vision rises,
adding titles,
submit cases,
bigger sizes,
demand rises,
device sizes,
island rises,
litter sizes,
virgin isles


5 syllables:
violin cases



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