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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kick pleat:

2 syllables:
his fleet,
six feet,
thick sweet,
being pleased,
is pleased,
it pleased,
pitch peat,
shrimp fleet,
thick sheet,
thing pleased,
tip sheet,
were pleased,
which pleased,
pigs feet,
quickly eased,
will eat,
bliss street,
bring sweet,
drift sheet,
ill treat,
its feet,
milled wheat,
mince meat,
paris street,
print sheet,
since nietzsche,
since wheat,
sized sheet,
still sweet,
still treat,
think sheet,
this street,
tinned meat,
tinned sheet,
which treat,
will treat,
with sweet,
big beat,
truck fleet,
crib sheet,
jib sheet,
will beat,
wing beat,
being preached,
brick street,
bring wheat,
chicks leave,
crisp sheets,
did meet,
drink sweet,
fifth fleet,
fitch sheet,
hicks street,
his feet,
his sweet,
in feet,
in the least,
in wheat,
is sweet,
it please,
its heat,
its seat,
mixed wheat,
paris spleen,
pin teat,
routing sheet,
smith preached,
spring wheat,
stiff sheet,
tears leaked,
there please,
there preached,
thick fleece,
thin sheet,
things least,
think least,
this feat,
this sheet,
this sweet,
vis vitae,
which meet,
wicked beast,
will meet,
will please


3 syllables:
appear pleased,
prickly heat,
quickly at,
appeared least,
appears least,
conflict ceased,
conflict meant,
conflict reached,
convict lease,
equipped fleet,
going fleet,
growing fleet,
river fleet,
sixty eight,
sticky sweet,
their fleet


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