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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with donkeys:

2 syllables:
car keys,
hot keys,
from these,
month these,
whom these,
block these,
cause these,
cock cheese,
cock tease,
far these,
frog cheese,
knob cheese,
knock knees,
knock these,
not these,
pot cheese,
shock these,
square these,
stock these,
watch these,
john cleese,
both these,
quark cheese,
strong these,
wrong these,
argue these,
donne seems,
farm cheese,
france seems,
france these,
from seeds,
from trees,
giant trees,
honour these,
john keane,
once these,
scotch greys,
block means,
block needs,
block seems,
blocked these,
blocks these,
carve these,
cause leaves,
cause means,
cause needs,
cause seems,
caused these,
charge these,
chart these,
clock seems,
drop keel,
dropped these,
golf tees,
guard these,
hard cheese,
heart these,
hearts ease,
large these,
locke means,
locke seems


3 syllables:
whereupon these,
compare these,
declare these,
embrace these,
prepare these,
unlock these,
conquer these,
along these,
among these,
honor these,
only as,
only has,
radon seeds,
response seems,
response these,
adopt these,
apart these,
army as,
army has,
bizarre dreams,
bizarre scheme,
borrow these,
bother these,
closely as,
compare means,
enlarge these,
evolve these,
father these,
follow these,
horace boies,
knobby knees,
liang chien


4 syllables:
piano keys,
canada geese,
romano cheese,
another these,
canada these,
embody these


5 syllables:
deodar trees


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