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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with keynote:

2 syllables:
my note,
see note,
they note,
by boat,
by rote,
by vote,
dewey wrote,
free vote,
my boat,
my coat,
they wrote,
breen wrote,
brief note,
dewey notes,
each note,
green notes,
green wrote,
greene wrote,
heine wrote,
keep note,
my notes,
please note,
queen wrote,
see notes,
three notes,
steam boat,
beach wrote,
beauty known,
been home,
been known,
been one,
bleak coast,
by post,
feel oats,
free float,
greek coast,
green oak,
grieg wrote,
keel boat,
keith wrote,
key bolt,
meade wrote,
mean one,
my nose,
my post,
my throat,
niebuhr wrote,
nietzsche wrote,
peale wrote,
queen knows,
queen whose,
roughly known,
routine whose,
scene whose,
screen whose,
see post,
seen one,
speed boat,
steele wrote,
steve wrote,
surely known,
surely knows,
three boats,
three coats,
three goats,
three known,
three votes,
wheat toast,
wry nose,
been no,
been toast,
brief notes,
by no,
by now,
clean float


3 syllables:
entry notes,
eugene wrote,
expressly notes,
mclean wrote,
wii mote,
adélie coast,
beat to it,
college wrote,
degree known,
gabriel wrote,
machine known,
machine knows,
machine whose,
o'neill wrote,
pea coat,
receive votes,
see to it,
any note,
brian wrote,
china hoped


4 syllables:
amery wrote


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