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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nylghai:

7 letters:
his eye,
if high,
in high,
is high,
it give,
it high,
rib eye


8 letters:
bill nye,
this guy,
will buy,
pink eye,
its high,
chih tai,
did give,
fish eye,
him give,
his high,
in. high,
will fly,
good guy,
some guy


9 letters:
will give,
his thigh,
ching hai,
his guide,
kill file,
kill time,
king high,
this high,
were high,
will rise,
with high,
will like,
will live,
bulls eye,
held high,
well nigh


10 letters:
piled high,
still give,
still high,
will guide,
spring rye,
squint eye,
drill pipe,
drill site,
still time,
still wine,
this guide,
till night,
which give,
which high,
will fight,
will shine,
will write,
fill light,
still life,
still like,
still live,
until five,
little guy


11 letters:
drill guide,
aiming high,
chill night,
chill while,
drill while,
paris guide,
quick guide,
skill might,
skill while,
still fight,
still might,
still night,
still right,
still shine,
still tight,
still while,
still white,
still write,
swiss guide,
which guide,
skill gives,
spill light,
still gives,
still light,
until knife,
until night,
until right,
until white,
until light,
admit light,
admit right


12 letters:
shrill whine,
spring guide,
career guide,
uphill fight,
aching sight,
adding light,
adding white


14 letters:
unerring guide,
michelin guide


Some other possibilities:

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