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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with long sleeve:

2 syllables:
course leave,
force leave,
coarse weave,
court leave,
short leave,
thought steve,
broad sleeves,
coarse leaves,
coarse sieve,
course leaves,
for leave,
force leaves,
forced leave,
or leave,
shore leave,
sought leave,
source leaves,
takes leave,
called steve,
corps league,
court leaves,
for sleep,
forth leaves,
fought sleep,
horse leech,
horse thieves,
or sleep,
short leaves,
sought sleep,
stalked leaves,
strong fleet,
strong speech,
strong steel,
strong sweet,
wrong speech,
wrong speed,
broad leaved,
broad leaves,
or leaves,
shore leaves,
short sleeved,
short sleeves,
thong seal,
thought leaves,
and leave,
grant leave,
hours leave,
month leave,
larvae leave,
shall cleave,
shalt leave,
drawn steel,
longs peak,
small leaves,
songs these


3 syllables:
because steve,
reports leave,
among leaves,
longer leave,
authors leave,
daughters leave,
records leave,
stories leave,
along fleet,
along steep,
among speech,
among steel,
author steve,
because sleep,
before sleep,
formal leave,
record leaves,
report leaves,
among slave,
along roughly,
among thieves,
amongst thieves,
daughter leave,
forces leave,
glaucous leaves,
longer sleep,
maurice sceve,
record sleeves,
sources leave,
account leave,
females leave,
about steve,
glossy leaves,
longer leaves


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