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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with monique:

2 syllables:
from week,
not seek,
rock creek,
john i,
john i.,
from each,
from heat,
both these,
not eat,
not heal,
not heed,
not teach,
not tied,
rock eel,
star read,
swat team,
tar heel,
brown cheek,
swan neck,
from greek,
from my,
whom my,
cause leaks,
fuad i,
job by,
john keane,
john leech,
john reed,
johnny eames,
knock kneed,
knock knees,
lodge creek,
month these,
not need,
not speak,
once each,
once seen,
scarce speak,
scarred cheek,
scott creek,
sharp peaks,
zog i,
bronzed cheek,
giant peaks,
john dee,
john dewey,
john vi,
johns creek,
knock knee


3 syllables:
holly oak,
poly i:c,
johnny burke,
johnny cake,
johnny chuck,
johnny shook,
bizarre scene,
tommy shook,
ascot tie,
bobby locke,
bobby shook,
clara wieck,
coffee cake,
copy book,
hockey puck,
hollow cheek,
holly shook,
horace speaks,
johnny heard,
kaka beak,
molly mawk,
molly shook,
omar i,
polly shook,
radon seed,
rocky perch,
whereupon these,
bonnie asked,
bonnie looked,
harney peak,
johnny asked,
johnny black,
johnny cakes,
johnny liked,
johnny looked,
johnny picked,
johnny spoke,
johnny walked,
lonnie asked,
only act,
only ask,
only book,
only like,
only look,
only make,
only take,
only took


4 syllables:
abajo peak,
another week,
malawi lake,
valdemar i


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