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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with phreaking:

7 letters:
by king,
my king,
leak in,
peak in,
seek in,
weak in,
week in


8 letters:
by being,
key ring,
my being,
by kings,
chi kung,
creek in,
greek in,
seek him,
sneak in,
speak in,
creek is,
dry sink,
sea king


9 letters:
by hiring,
they sing,
tree ring,
bee sting,
by firing,
by things,
free kick,
key rings,
my things,
chia ling


10 letters:
they being,
very being,
very thing,
by pouring,
each being,
each thing,
area being,
idea being


11 letters:
bhuri singh,
lousy thing,
the i ching,
three being,
creek being,
greek being,
greek kings,
three kings,
beach being,
breed being,
by touching,
cease being,
cheap thing,
clean thing,
cream being,
creed being,
dream being,
fleet being,
green being,
green thing,
grief being,
knees being,
lease being,
leave being,
entry being,
ev'ry thing,
ovary being,
ajeet singh,
areas being,
chinese ink,
critique is,
dalip singh,
furry thing,
ideas being


12 letters:
beauty being,
surely being,
league being,
breach being,
breeze being,
cheese being,
greece being,
decree being,
degree being,
appeal being,
belief being,
defeat being,
duleep singh


13 letters:
believe being,
chinese being,
college being,
degrees being,
entries being,
extreme being,
machine being


14 letters:
complete being,
complete thing,
concrete being,
concrete thing,
decrease being,
fourteen being,
employee being


15 letters:
employee hiring


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