Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tringa:

2 syllables:
big a,
chewing gum,
spring gun,
in la,
ifn a,
lisp a,
with la,
being can,
being cut,
drink as,
drink up,
him get,
in a.,
in gas,
ink on,
king can,
kink up,
link up,
sing kwa,
stink up,
thing can,
think an,
think as,
think on,
think up,
beer gut,
being but,
being chief,
being done,
being much,
being put,
being run,
being shut,
being some,
being such,
being then,
being thus,
being was,
being young,
bring some,
bring such,
bring young,
brings an,
brings on,
brings up,
brings us,
ching chung,
ching young,
did a,
did get,
hiring young,
his gun,
hsing chung,
is a,
is a.,
it get,
king duck,
king nut,
king tut,
king was,
ring was,
rings on,
scouring rush,
singh was,
sir a.,
sir hugh,
spear gun,
spring was,
spring when,
springs up,
still get,
strings up,
the thing was,
thing but,
thing done,
thing was,
thing when,
thing young,
things as,
things has,
things on,
things up,
this gas,
will get,
wing dam,
wing nut,
wing was,
with a.,
with gas,
zip gun

3 syllables:
adding some,
adoring young,
asking young,
endearing young,
unerring judge,
adding an,
adding up,
asking us

4 syllables:
vitamin a

6 syllables:
concanavalin a

Some other possibilities:

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