Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ceases:

2 syllables:
peace as,
peace has,
piece as,
sees as,
these as,
these has,
trees as,
beauty was,
been as,
brief as,
by gas,
china as,
clean as,
cry was,
deal has,
deep as,
dream as,
dry gas,
each as,
each has,
eat as,
fee was,
feel as,
feet as,
green as,
heat as,
jury was,
keep as,
key was,
leave as,
lee was,
lie was,
mean as,
meet as,
ne pas,
need as,
reach as,
read as,
real as,
scene as,
scene has,
scheme as,
scheme has,
screen as,
seat as,
see was,
seem as,
seen as,
sheet as,
sign as,
sky was,
sleep as,
speak as,
speech as,
speech has,
speed as,
street as,
sweet as,
team as,
team has,
teeth as,
they was,
three was,
treat as,
tree was,
weak as,
week as,
why was,
beauty as,
by as,
by u.s.


3 syllables:
chinese as,
decrease as,
areas as,
areas has,
ideas as,
agreed as,
appeal as,
appeal has,
belief as,
belief has,
believe as,
college as,
college has,
complete as,
decree was,
degree was,
entry was,
machine as,
machine has,
perceive as,
proceed as,
receive as,
relief as,
succeed as,
agree as,
area as,
beliefs as,
decreased as,
degree as


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See ceases used in context: 35 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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