Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with computerese:

2 syllables:
few trees,
fruit trees,
yew trees,
shoot these,
group tries,
proof trees,
prune trees,
school tries,
spruce trees,
viewed these,
blue skies,
choose these,
group these,
loose these,
prove these,
prune these,
reuse these,
school fees,
school these,
use these,
views these,
bleu cheese,
blue cheese,
fruit peels,
fruit seeds,
fruit seems,
grouped these,
puh leeze,
smooth these,
suits these,
threw these,
truth these,
view these,
you these,
you treat,
boot tree,
fruit tree,
pruned trees,
screw tree,
shoot the breeze

3 syllables:
compute these,
dilute these,
recruit these,
refute these,
salute these,
transmute these,
fewer trees,
legume trees,
produce trees,
remove trees,
conclude these,
elude these,
exclude these,
preclude these,
pursued these,
renewed these,
reviewed these,
abuse these,
accuse these,
adduce these,
approve these,
assume these,
confuse these,
consume these,
deduce these,
defuse these,
diffuse these,
excuse these,
peruse these,
presume these,
produce these,
pursues these,
recoup these,
reduce these,
refuse these,
remove these,
resume these,
reviews these,
acute needs,
compute means,
produced these,
recruits these,
reduced these,
refutes these,
review these,
route these,
withdrew these,
grew on trees,
louis treize,
review teams,
study trees,
study tries

4 syllables:
reproduce these,
absolute means,
absolute needs,
absolute realm,
computer these,
reproduced these,
computer tries,
producer tries

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