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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deadlines:

2 syllables:
bread lines,
air lines,
check lines,
fresh lines,
press lines,
sketch lines,
spare lines,
where lines,
cell lines,
paired lines,
shared lines,
shell lines,
trend lines,
fresh limes,
lead times,
delle scienze,
fresh signs,
thread guides,
where signs,
baited lines,
blood lines,
crest lines,
etched lines,
pecked lines,
sketched lines,
cells lines,
dead rise,
dense lines,
fence lines,
french lines,
pressure lines,
sense lines,
spread thighs,
tense lines,
trench lines,
twelve lines,
blessed times,
check times,
death times,
dwell times,
lead line,
leonard lyons


3 syllables:
access lines,
express lines,
progress lines,
extend lines,
header lines,
headline news,
prepared lines,
assess fines,
complex signs,
added lines,
arrest lines,
better lines,
connect lines,
direct lines,
metal lines,
object lines,
perfect lines,
pretty lines,
project lines,
recent lines,
request lines,
select lines,
subject lines,
address lines,
carry lines,
clever lines,
complex lines,
defense lines,
farrell lines,
ferry lines,
heavy lines,
ledger lines,
leger lines,
lettered signs,
level lines,
measure lines,
narrow lines,
sepoy lines,
special lines,
stellar lines,
sterile lines,
their lines,
vessel lines,
yellow lines,
access times,
credit lines,
depressed times,
gender lines,
heading lines,
leading lines,
palette knives,
percent times


4 syllables:
primary lines,
federal lines


5 syllables:
peritoneal signs,
necessary lines


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