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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bay leaf:

2 syllables:
may leave,
way leave,
may lie,
chase scene,
day peep,
day week,
days each,
eight teeth,
face each,
faith these,
game meat,
gave each,
gay gene,
have each,
have heen,
made each,
make each,
may cease,
may deem,
may feel,
may keep,
may mean,
may meet,
may need,
may reach,
may read,
may seek,
may seem,
may teach,
place each,
ray beam,
straight teeth,
stray piece,
stray sheep,
take each,
take heed,
way these,
weigh these,
aisle of,
bale of,
day life,
fail of,
gale of,
hail of,
male of,
pail of,
pale of,
rail of,
rail off,
sail of,
sale of,
scale of,
tail of,
tail off,
tale of,
trail of,
trail off,
vale of,
wail of,
aisle seat,
crave leave


3 syllables:
baby of,
lady of,
malay chiefs,
navy of,
relay league,
today leave,
daily life,
female chiefs,
frailty of,
grey of,
mainly of,
prey of,
allay these,
betray these,
defray these,
delay these,
gerade diese,
portray these,
relay these,
survey sheet,
survey these,
today these,
avail of,
detail of,
female of,
highly of,
lily of,
always leave,
away by,
away my,
away they,
baby beef,
bailey house,
became my,
contain brief,
curtail these,
daily 10.30am


4 syllables:
behaviour of,
bravery of



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