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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with techniques:

2 syllables:
check sheets,
fresh cheeks,
press leaks,
dressed meats,
fresh meats,
bread wheats,
chair seats,
death keeps,
fresh beets,
press sheets,
spare seats,
spread sheets,
cette piece,
chess piece,
death speaks,
delle chiese,
flesh creeps,
fresh lease,
fresh piece,
fresh sheets,
head piece,
nelle chiese,
net lease,
pressure peaks,
set piece,
share lease,
shell heaps,
spare piece,
spend weeks,
spent weeks,
spread peace,
tense weeks,
tenth weeks,
twelve weeks,
wet lease,
where peace


3 syllables:
technique is,
repair leaks,
detect leaks,
project seeks,
subject seeks,
any case,
technique class,
technique keeps,
object meets,
project meets,
subject meets,
agent seeks,
deadly curse,
debtor seeks,
essay seeks,
fleshy cheeks,
heavy cheeks,
henry hicks,
lesser peaks,
narrow peaks,
never seeks,
object keeps,
pretty cheeks,
prevent leaks,
recent weeks,
requiem mass,
requiem mass.,
subject keeps,
their cheeks,
weary weeks,
yellow beaks,
yellow cheeks,
technique as,
technique has,
technique whose,
any choice,
any loss,
any piece,
any race,
any worse,
complex piece,
denied his,
deny its,
deny this,
direct lease,
direct peace,
effect peace,
escape peaks,
ethics seeks,
expect peace,
heavy curse,
jenny pearce,
narrow creeks,
objects cease,
pecan meats,
penny piece,
perfect peace,
perfect piece,
pretty niece,
protect peace,
seven peaks,
seven weeks


4 syllables:
whoever seeks,
mexico is


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