Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with goonies:

2 syllables:
bleu cheese,
blue cheese,
puh leeze,
smooth these,
threw these,
truth these,
view these,
you these,
new needs,
prune these,
new means,
blue jeans,
blue skies,
choose these,
cool heels,
few trees,
fruit trees,
group these,
loose these,
nu seals,
prove these,
reuse these,
school fees,
school these,
shoot these,
true seals,
use these,
viewed these,
views these,
yew trees,
you need,
group needs,
prune trees,
school needs,
spoon feeds,
truth needs,
new lease,
new piece,
true lease,
you mean

3 syllables:
review these,
withdrew these,
review needs,
assume these,
consume these,
presume these,
resume these,
review means,
undue means,
abuse seems,
abuse these,
accuse these,
adduce these,
approve these,
compute these,
conclude these,
confuse these,
deduce these,
defuse these,
diffuse these,
dilute these,
elude these,
exclude these,
excuse these,
movie whose,
peruse these,
preclude these,
produce seeds,
produce these,
pursued these,
pursues these,
recoup these,
recruit these,
reduce these,
refuse these,
refute these,
remove these,
renewed these,
review deals,
review seems,
review teams,
reviewed these,
reviews these,
salute these,
study as,
study has,
study whose,
transmute these,
truly as,
abuse needs,
acute needs,
fewer needs,
sooner these,
unique cause,
viewer needs,
review piece

4 syllables:
molecule leaves,
refugee whose,
reproduce these,
absolute needs

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