Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with prize money:

7 letters:
osman i

8 letters:
time any,
find any

9 letters:
driven by,
triton ii

10 letters:
wild honey,
lime putty,
live a lie,
suleiman i

11 letters:
cried bunny,
quite funny,
write funny,
light honey,
light buggy,
might fully,
quite fully,
quite lucky,
tight pussy,
while fully,
write fully,
times fully,
cried benny,
cried jenny,
cried marie,
flies carry,
makes honey,
might marry,
quite merry,
quite messy,
right merry,
while marie,
excise duty

12 letters:
bright sunny,
strike lucky,
night monkey,
white monkey,
raise moneys,
cried mickey,
dies on feet,
price relief,
rights fully,
define fully,
mighty funny,
always fully

13 letters:
slight unease,
mise en scene,
price studies,
strikes lucky,
combine honey,
provide fully,
defies belief,
provide multi,
pfizer monkey,
excise duties

14 letters:
strained honey,
complies fully,
complied fully,
describe fully,
provides fully,
provides multi,
families agree,
families carry,
japanese deity,
japanese sushi

15 letters:
favourite deity,
subscribe fully,
describes fully,
briefly studied,
chiefly studied,
families relied

16 letters:
families believe,
families receive,
families achieve

Some other possibilities:

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