Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nilgai:

2 syllables:
bill nye,
piled high,
this guy,
will buy,
drill guide,
still give,
still high,
will give,
will guide,
pink eye,
his thigh,
its high,
spring rye,
squint eye,
aiming high,
chih tai,
chill night,
chill while,
ching hai,
did give,
drill pipe,
drill site,
drill while,
fish eye,
him give,
his eye,
his guide,
his high,
if high,
in. high,
in high,
is high,
it give,
it high,
kill file,
kill time,
king high,
paris guide,
quick guide,
rib eye,
shrill whine,
skill might,
skill while,
spring guide,
still fight,
still might,
still night,
still right,
still shine,
still tight,
still time,
still while,
still white,
still wine,
still write,
swiss guide,
this guide,
this high,
till night,
were high,
which give,
which guide,
which high,
will fight,
will fly,
will rise,
will shine,
will write,
with high,
fill light,
skill gives,
spill light,
still gives,
still life,
still light,
still like,
still live,
will like,
will live,
bulls eye,
held high,
some guy,
well nigh

3 syllables:
career guide,
unerring guide,
until five,
until knife,
until night,
until right,
until white,
uphill fight,
little guy,
until light,
aching sight,
adding light,
adding white,
admit light,
admit right

4 syllables:
michelin guide

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