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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skrimmage:

5 letters:
in in,
in is,
in it


6 letters:
him if,
him in,
him is,
him it,
in. if,
in. in,
in. it,
in him,
in his,
inn in,
inn is,
min in,
pin in,
pin is,
sin in,
sin is,
tin is,
win in,
win it,
bid in,
big in


7 letters:
him his,
him in.,
limb is,
swim in,
chin in,
in here,
in nick,
king in,
king is,
ring in,
ring is,
sing in,
sing it,
skin in,
skin is,
tin ear,
win him,
win his,
wing in,
wing is,
wing it,
beer in,
beer is,
bid him,
bill in


8 letters:
climb in,
him here,
being in,
being is,
bring in,
bring it,
king hit,
swing in,
thing if,
thing in,
thing is,
thing it,
resin is,
admit it,
as it is


9 letters:
aiding in,
being his,
being hit,
being ill,
bring him,
bring his,
firing in,
spring in,
spring is,
string in,
string is,
were rich,
asking if,
berlin in,
virgin in,
admit him,
admit his,
appear in


10 letters:
this ridge,
being here,
pouring in,
thing here,
be with it,
asking him,
asking his


11 letters:
chinn ridge,
thick ridge,
thick hedge,
roughing in,
roughing it,
touching it


12 letters:
spring ridge,
pierre riche,
the thing is,
touching his,
amenophis iv


Some other possibilities:

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