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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with misspeak:

2 syllables:
did speak,
him speak,
its peak,
myths speak,
still speak,
there speak,
which speak,
will speak,
christ speak,
this peak,
its beak,
kings peak,
things speak,
his cheek,
his weak,
is weak,
it speaks,
smith speaks,
still speaks,
there speaks,
thing speaks,
this week,
which seek,
which speaks,
will seek,
christ speaks,
didst speak,
bridge creek,
cliff creek,
flynn creek,
in greek,
smith creek,
spring creek,
with greek,
books speak,
can speak,
them speak,
tongue speak,
christ seeks,
click speed,
climb speed,
drill speed,
fixed cheek,
grid leak,
in speech,
in speed,
its speed,
mid week,
quick speech,
quick speed,
rousing speech,
sheer speed,
since greek,
since peace,
since speech,
since speed,
six weeks,
strip steaks,
swing speed,
thick speech,
thick steaks,
touching speech,
were weak,
whit week,
with speech,
with speed,
with weak,
must speak,
his cheeks,
his peace,
his piece,
his speech,
his speed,
is peace,
it seeks,
mince pie,
paris peace,
split peaks,
stiff peaks,
still seeks,
this peace,
this piece


3 syllables:
appear bleak,
widows peak,
berlin speech,
lewis creek,
olive cheek,
transmit speech,
jesus speak,
bishops speak,
career peaked,
critics speak,
miller speaks,
music speak,
scripture speak,
spirit speak,
spirits speak,
their peak


4 syllables:
francisco peaks


5 syllables:
communism peak


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