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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with allies:

2 syllables:
at ease,
snap peas,
shall seize,
shall these,
shall lease,
add these,
at these,
catch these,
class seems,
class these,
drag heels,
glass seals,
glass seems,
graph these,
grass seeds,
grass seems,
had these,
jack cheese,
mass. these,
match these,
rat cheese,
shall eat,
shall leave,
smash these,
stack these,
staff feels,
staff these,
than these,
that sees,
that these,
track these,
what these,
at leeds,
black leaves,
glass leaves,
grass leaves,
palm leaves,
shall freeze,
shall lie,
that leaves,
both these,
for ease,
know these,
mouth these,
saw these,
show these,
snow geese,
snow peas,
south these,
though these,
scrap piece,
at each


3 syllables:
valley as,
valley whose,
attach these,
attack these,
combat teams,
combat these,
gabby hayes,
happy as,
happy whose,
japan needs,
japan these,
kiawe trees,
many as,
many u.s.,
rabbi whose,
surpass these,
unpack these,
allen kneese,
allow these,
apply as,
attack leaves,
badly as,
myriad leaves,
rally those,
sally knows,
valley heads,
valley shows,
valley these,
valley was,
valleys whose,
value these,
enough these,
withdraw these


4 syllables:
really as,
really has,
as many as,
marrowfat peas,
aravalli hills,
gallery whose,
really cause,
really does,
really knows,
really raise,
really shows,
really these,
really those,
really was,
salary as


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