Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bagreef:

2 syllables:
patch reef,
palm leaf,
patch reefs,
that brief,
though brief,
black creek,
black crepe,
bad dream,
branch chiefs,
drag feet,
fan leafed,
had read,
had real,
mag wheel,
shall reach,
shall read,
staff chiefs,
tag team,
than real,
that reach,
that read,
that real,
brought grief,
cause grief,
her grief,
my grief,
at green,
bags i,
black grease,
black green,
graham green,
graham greene,
grass green,
hat tree,
matte green,
palm grease,
pratt green,
sap green,
shall greet,
shall grieve,
slag heap,
that greek,
that green,
that tree,
car thief,
drop leaf,
four leaf,
back beat,
back seat,
back teeth,
black beach,
black bead,
black bean,
black beech,
black piece,
black queen,
black seed,
black sheep,
black sheet,
black teeth,
cracked teeth,
flax seed,
jack bean,
jack cheese,
knack kneed,
lacked teeth,
packs heat

3 syllables:
enough grief,
apply if,
badly off,
comanche chiefs,
fancy of,
kiawe trees,
abbey of,
anarchy of,
angle leaf,
apache chiefs,
attack greece,
happy if,
many of,
rabbi of,
rather brief,
salaries of,
shallow reefs,
valley of,
attack these,
attacks cease,
avner greif,
carried off,
carries off,
extract teeth,
gangrene of

4 syllables:
agony of,
great barrier reef,
really of,
barrier of,
carrier of,
embassy of

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