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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with compound leaf:

2 syllables:
ground beef,
ground lease,
brought grief,
bound these,
crown pleas,
crowned teeth,
crowned these,
found feet,
found peace,
found these,
ground bees,
ground dries,
ground meat,
ground scene,
ground sheet,
ground these,
ground weave,
ground wheat,
pound cheese,
pound piece,
pound sign,
pounds each,
round cheek,
round cheese,
round piece,
round these,
round wheel,
sound beach,
sound peace,
sound piece,
sound teeth,
sound these,
bound by,
bound fleet,
crown lease,
crowned by,
drowned by,
found by,
found clean,
found least,
found my,
found sleep,
found they,
ground by,
ground clean,
ground hele,
ground leaves,
ground they,
pound key,
round by,
round leaves,
round my,
sound by,
sound sleep,
wound clean,
brown trees,
brown tweed,
count sheep,
count sheet,
count these,
count wheel,
found roughly,
grown trees,
mount t'ien,
mount these

3 syllables:
around reefs,
boundary of,
profound grief,
account leave,
around teeth,
around these,
confound these,
enough grief,
expound these,
profound peace,
profound piece,
surround these,
bounty of,
county of,
around by,
around each,
around my,
profound sleep,
account cease,
account sheet,
account these,
amount these,
recount these,
surmount these,
viscount keith

4 syllables:
profoundly deaf

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