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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dead sea:

3 syllables:
daire keogh,
heath pea,
henry a.,
mary a.,
serie a,
steady on,
mens rea,
henry l.,
merely an,
merely as,
merely on,
where china,
et cetera,
pretty as,
pretty up,
wet season,
belly up,
bread pieces,
carry an,
carry on,
carry us,
fenci ble,
fensi ble,
heavy as,
heavy on,
jenny ass,
levy on,
marry up,
mary as,
prairie hen,
spread peanut,
thread needle,
vary as,
split pea,
bush pea,
chick pea,
cich pea,
judge keogh,
bread eaten,
dread secret,
freddie young,
friend seated,
press seattle,
spread eagle,
steady young

4 syllables:
meadow pea,
century a.,
hotel china,
hotel villa,
majesty has,
yellow pea,
agencies as,
ahead reads,
compelled china,
defend china,
della scena,
library as,
library has,
library on,
prehensi ble,
readily as,
steadily on,
progress ceases

5 syllables:
necessary as,
necessary on

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