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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with charge sheet:

2 syllables:
large sheets,
starch wheat,
dark meat,
hard wheat,
heart beat,
car seat,
chart sheets,
large fleet,
large sheep,
large sweet,
square feet,
square sheets,
crops wheat,
dogs meat,
prof. skeat,
watts street,
george keate,
march reached,
starch sheath,
both feet,
box seat,
charles neate,
clark reached,
dog meat,
dog wheat,
drop seat,
guard reached,
harvey breit,
heart beats,
heart ceased,
heart leaped,
heart leapt,
heart meant,
heart reached,
hot seat,
karl scheele,
large piece,
large teeth,
large these,
large wheel,
larvae reached,
not beat,
not meet,
not treat,
parts wheat,
scarce reached,
stars peeped,
swap meet,
the hot seat,
washed sheets,
marge schott,
large shield,
starched sheets,
choir seats,
from heat,
large fleets,
large scheme,
not eat,
stock sheets,
board feet,
coarse wheat,
court leet,
court treat,
dwarf wheat,
horse meat,
or treat,
stored wheat,
arp jean,
far east,
farm cheese,
hard cheese,
harsh peace,
march theme,
march these,
quark cheese,
scarred cheek


3 syllables:
alarm reached,
arbor vitae,
barley wheat,
bazaar street,
bazar street,
enlarge these,
hardly at,
hardly eight,
lamar street,
largely at,
partly at,
partly out,
remark meant,
response sheets,
scarcely eight,
sharply at,
army at,
army hut,
barely eight,
larger sheets,
party at,
party ought,
passage meant,
export wheat


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