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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mollica:

3 syllables:
bark mitzvah,
barring a,
barring the,
bar mizvah,
blocking the,
causing a,
causing the,
charging a,
charging the,
charting the,
college a,
college the,
conflict the,
cop killa,
da silva,
dodging the,
donning a,
dotting the,
dropping a,
dropping the,
god siva,
guarding the,
harming the,
hommage a,
john zizka,
jon kitna,
knocking the,
la citta,
la cygne,
la misma,
la silla,
la tierra,
la villa,
la vista,
locking the,
marking a,
marking the,
marring the,
mar vista,
mocking the,
park vista,
plotting a,
plotting the,
polish the,
prompting the,
rah digga,
robbing the,
rocking the,
r infra,
snob scrilla,
solving a,
solving the,
sparking a,
starting a,
starting the,
stopping a,
stopping the,
wanting a,
wanting the,
washing the,
was kinda,
watching a,
watching the


4 syllables:
abolished the,
abolish the,
accomplished a,
accomplished the,
accomplish a,
accomplish the,
acknowledged the,
acknowledge a,
acknowledge the,
adopting a,
adopting the,
demolished the,
demolish the,
deposits the,
deposit a,
deposit the,
discarded the,
discarding the,
discharging the,
dislodging the,
enlarges the,
enlarging the,
evolving a,
gopal krishna,
imparting a,
involving a,
involving the,
prolog linda,
regarding a,
regarding the,
resolving a,
resolving the,
responded the,
retarded the,
retarding the,
unlocking the


5 syllables:
disregarded the,
disregarding the,
taissa farmiga,
vera farmiga



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