Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gehenna:

3 syllables:
li bella,
phi beta,
see para,
leave venice,
three genera,
speed demon,
beauty began,
bee nettle,
beech hedges,
bi level,
by level,
by seven,
ci dessus,
clean edges,
clique headed,
cream headache,
dewey began,
fleet headed,
green edges,
green hedges,
green heron,
krieg gegen,
leave heaven,
leave mecca,
meine herren,
phi delta,
please heaven,
please settle,
queen edith,
reach heaven,
reef heron,
renegue on,
roughly level,
roughly seven,
sheet edges,
sheet headed,
steel edges,
steep edges,
stream edges,
surely began,
sweet heaven,
they began,
three began,
three level,
three metal,
tree nettle,
weak headed,
di una,
beef tea,
by gentle,
by heaven,
by mental,
cream tea,
dream ended,
event as,
event has,
event on,
green tea,
leave ended,
leave kenya,
marine genera,
my mental,
my senses,
peace ended,
piece ended,
reach venice,
scene ended,
scheme ended,
siege ended,
speech ended,
streak ended,
street ended,
sweet fennel

4 syllables:
appeal level,
decrease serum,
degree bevel,
degree lessen,
degree level,
entry began,
entry level,
eugene aram,
extreme edges,
extreme metal,
ice cream headache,
relieve headache,
supreme heaven,
supreme merit,
teoria della,
bloody arena,
concrete tensile,
defeat ended,
expressly mention,
extreme mental,
hockey arena,
louis arena,
retreat ended,
sea fennel

5 syllables:
pliocene epoch,
primary arena

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