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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with greetings:

2 syllables:
by kings,
by things,
greek kings,
key rings,
my tears,
my things,
see things,
surely things,
sweet tears,
three kings,
three rings,
three things,
three wings,
tree rings,
very things,
bee stings,
sweet things,
treat things,
my limbs,
my sins,
seal limbs,
teach ins,
beauty lives,
bleak hills,
by peers,
by the ears,
by years,
green hills,
grief fills,
my fears,
my kids,
my years,
see figs,
steam mills,
steep hills,
these hills,
three beers,
three bills,
three cheers,
three lives,
three mills,
three years,
speed things,
sweet hymns,
tie ins,
wheat thins,
beauty brings,
by eqs,
cheap things,
clean things,
dream things,
gee whiz,
greek things,
green rings,
green things,
green wings,
keep things,
leave things,
my ears,
peaked hills,
piece things,
pious kings,
pious things,
reach things,
real things,
routine things,
seize things


3 syllables:
complete tears,
degree tears,
complete rings,
concrete rings,
concrete things,
meeting as,
meeting whose,
repeat things,
degree mills,
sabine hills,
achieve things,
ancient hills,
believe things,
chinese things,
complete years,
conceal things,
conceive things,
concrete lives,
extreme things,
extreme wings,
feeling as,
feeling whose,
furry things,
hurry things,
ii kings,
meaning as,
meaning has,
meaning whose,
obscene things,
perceive things,
receive things,
receive tithes


4 syllables:
proceeding as


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