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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with speak in tongues:

3 syllables:
steel lintels,
greek kingdoms,
three kingdoms,
speaking comes,
real incomes,
speaking wales,
three systems,
greek systems,
steel hinges,
bleeding comes,
bleeding gums,
feeling comes,
healing comes,
meaning comes,
meeting comes,
speaking as,
speaking tongue,
teaching comes,
by inches,
by millions,
by williams,
peace symbols,
screaming gulls,
three inches,
three millions,
three symbols,
village comes,
wheeling gulls,
greek customs,
seeking things,
speaking things,
speaking tours,
these kingdoms,
three signals,
pekin ducks,
seeking funds,
three consuls,
beach systems,
beauty becomes,
ceiling was,
feeling was,
feelings as,
greek symbols,
marine systems,
meaning was,
meeting was,
meetings as,
preaching was,
screen systems,
speaking colleagues,
speech systems,
speed systems,
steam systems,
steel systems,
stream systems,
street systems,
surely becomes,
teaching was,
these systems,
three missions,
treat systems,
wheat systems


4 syllables:
chinese systems,
entry systems,
receive incomes,
release systems,
concrete lintels,
fourteen inches,
chinese symbols,
cleaning items,
decrease symptoms,
meager incomes,
meagre incomes,
teaching items,
amine systems,
appeal systems,
belief systems,
beliefs systems,
college systems,
complete systems,
concrete systems,
decree becomes,
degree becomes,
entry becomes,
machine systems,
ovary becomes,
proceeding was,
proceedings as,
query systems,
receive visions,
received incomes,
relief systems,
slurry systems,
speaking mothers


5 syllables:
preceding items,
retrieving items,
dopamine systems,
endocrine systems,
transferee becomes


7 syllables:
catecholamine systems


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