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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with at ease:

2 syllables:
snap peas,
rat cheese,
that sees,
that these,
what these,
add these,
had these,
catch these,
class seems,
class these,
drag heels,
glass seals,
glass seems,
graph these,
grass seeds,
grass seems,
jack cheese,
mass. these,
match these,
shall seize,
shall these,
smash these,
stack these,
staff feels,
staff these,
than these,
that each,
that heat,
track these,
what each,
ash trees,
backed these,
black teams,
black teens,
black trees,
chant these,
class teams,
class tries,
classed these,
cracked heels,
dashed these,
draft these,
grant these,
grass trees,
kraft cheese,
lacked these,
mapped these,
matched teams,
matched these,
packed these,
palm trees,
passed these,
paste these,
plant these,
plant trees,
stacked heels,
staff teams,
staff tries,
staffed these


3 syllables:
combat teams,
combat these,
kiawe trees,
attach these,
attack these,
gabby hayes,
happy as,
happy whose,
japan needs,
japan these,
many as,
many u.s.,
rabbi whose,
surpass these,
unpack these,
valley as,
valley whose,
abstract these,
adapt these,
attached these,
attack trees,
attacked these,
attacked trees,
attract these,
contact these,
enact these,
extract these,
fatty oils,
forecast these,
latter these,
matter these,
panty hose,
recast these,
retract these,
scatter these,
shatter these,
subtract these


4 syllables:
marrowfat peas,
as many as,
really as,
really has


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