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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with steel blue:

2 syllables:
marine glue,
bee glue,
feel too,
feel you,
feels loose,
peach bloom,
slieve bloom,
street blues,
they flew,
trees bloom,
been true,
breed true,
keeps you,
least you,
leaves you,
means you,
needs you,
queen threw,
reached new,
seemed too,
seems too,
trees threw,
green plume,
keep you,
beat you,
been due,
been few,
been too,
by true,
by view,
each new,
field boot,
green broom,
green gloom,
greet you,
heeled shoes,
jean clouet,
leave clues,
leave you,
mean you,
meet new,
meet you,
my true,
my view,
need you,
please you,
reach you,
read you,
real truth,
sealed move,
seek new,
seem too,
seemed loose,
seen too,
seen you,
sees you,
steal fruit,
steam sloop,
steve bruce,
street new,
teach you,
these clues,
these few,
these new,
these too,
they drew,
they grew,
they threw,
they view,
treat you,
tree shrew,
very true,
wheel group,
by bruce,
by due,
by few,
by new,
by too,
by you,
cheap booze,
clean boot,
hsien loong,
jeanne louise,
leave loose,
lee bruce,
my new


3 syllables:
irene bloom,
repeat bloom,
receive queue,
believe you,
conceal truth,
entreat you,
entry queue,
eugene sue,
feeling you,
realize you,
receive you,
louis blues,
peek a boo


4 syllables:
pharyngeal groove


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