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

2 syllables:
that piece,
black piece,
brass piece,
glass piece,
last piece,
scrap piece,
shall cease,
stout piece,
wrought piece,
grand piece,
jagged piece,
ragged piece,
blank piece,
bragg peaks,
dance piece,
draft lease,
franc piece,
mass. please,
shall lease,
shall please,
that keeps,
that meets,
that seeks,
what keeps,
scrap heaps,
that speaks,
broad piece,
cross piece,
crown piece,
far piece,
mouse piece,
mouth piece,
not cease,
or piece,
sharp piece,
small piece,
square piece,
stock piece,
strong piece,
wrong piece,
black beast,
grand niece,
had ceased,
land lease,
rat cheese,
that sees,
that these,
what these,
and east,
back seats,
black grease,
black sheets,
branch chiefs,
brass sheets,
class meets,
class speech,
fat sheep,
flat feet,
glass sheets,
gratte ciel,
hatte keine

3 syllables:
abstract piece,
contact piece,
detached piece,
exact piece,
latter piece,
vacant piece,
attacks cease,
tattered piece,
backup piece,
classic piece,
advanced piece,
after piece,
battle piece,
happy house,
happy is,
master piece,
nasty piece,
pattern piece,
among pious,
bradley house,
combat these,
kiawe trees,
apply his,
ashley house,
attack ceased,
attack greece,
attacks ceased,
candy ass,
comanche chiefs,
combat league,
combat scene,
drafty house,
fancy house,
finance lease,
japan seeks

4 syllables:
marrowfat peas,
really pious,
theatre piece,
unhappy house

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