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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with repreve:

2 syllables:
breath leave,
death leave,
hair sieve,
hair weave,
them leave,
judge reeve,
begged leave,
breath leaves,
cells leave,
dared leave,
dead leaves,
death leaves,
french leave,
fresh leaves,
friend leave,
hence leave,
meshed sieve,
stressed leaves,
stressed trees,
well read,
where leaves,
where steve,
where thieves,
death three,
step by,
where each,
beg leave,
blood leave,
but leave,
can leave,
him leave,
his leave,
his sleeve,
pet peeve,
stress leave,
then leave,
there leave,
took leave,
which leave,
young leave

3 syllables:
express leave,
except leave,
henri iv,
henry hervey,
henry iv,
alla breve,
airey neave,
better leave,
complex weave,
della pieve,
merely have,
never leave,
percent leave,
request leave,
rosette leaves,
solemn leave,
special leave,
their leave,
henri navarre,
henry harvey,
henry reeve,
peggy reeves,
pepper leaves,
asking leave,
unless leave,
carry nerve,
series have

4 syllables:
together leave,
accessory nerve,
primary curve,
primary nerve,
primary wave

5 syllables:
necessary leave

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