Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pythian:

3 syllables:
city on,
pity on,
city can,
city man,
city when,
high season,
life even,
lightly on,
might even,
slightly on,
tai chi ch√ľan,
thigh region,
time even,
while even,
widely on,
baby on,
city in,
daily on,
diary in,
lady on,
piety in,
city as,
city has,
tidy up,
grey hen,
prey on,
bright beacon,
bright region,
clyde brion,
find even,
flight season,
gneiss region,
height region,
high sea,
high treason,
highly tuned,
light region,
might deepen,
might glean,
might reason,
might weaken,
night season,
prime reason,
prime season,
prime weapon,
right reason,
right region,
right season,
slight reason,
spine region,
strike weapon,
times even,
type ia,
while reason,
white region,
widely eaten

4 syllables:
kinai region,
briny ocean,
defied reason,
defies reason,
design region,
divine reason,
divine weapon,
favourite season,
favourite weapon,
finally on,
hideous scene,
highly urban,
lies heavy on,
mighty ocean,
penile lesions,
piety alone,
prior reason,
prior season,
provide reason,
quietly on,
twilight region,
wyatt eaton,
yuletide season

5 syllables:
almighty alone,
alvirah meehan,
entire lesion,
entire reason,
entire region,
entire season,
reconcile reason,
tarai region

6 syllables:
unspecified reason

Some other possibilities:

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