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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reals:

2 syllables:
beauty as,
by as,
by u.s.,
die as,
dry as,
free as,
roughly as,
sea as,
see as,
see u.s.,
sky as,
steel hulls,
surely as,
thee as,
they as,
tree as,
tree has,
try as,
why has,
three hills,
beauty comes,
creek comes,
dry runs,
my lungs,
surely comes,
sweet tunes,
beauty was,
been as,
brief as,
by al,
by gas,
by l.,
by le,
china as,
clean as,
cry was,
deal has,
deep as,
dream as,
dry gas,
each as,
each has,
eat as,
fee was,
feel as,
feet as,
green as,
green shales,
heat as,
jury was,
keep as,
key was,
leave as,
lee was,
lie was


3 syllables:
agree as,
area as,
degree as,
idea as,
by a nose,
critique comes,
entry comes,
plea was,
sea cows,
sea hares,
sea was,
zea mays,
agreed as,
appeal as,
appeal has,
areas as,
areas has,
belief as,
belief has,
believe as,
chinese as,
clayey shales,
college as,
college has,
complete as,
complete moles,
decrease as,
decree was,
degree was,
eagle eyes,
eagle whose,
entry was,
evil as,
evil eyes,
evil has,
ideas as,
ii as,
ii has,
machine as


4 syllables:
area was,
idea was,
area has,
employee has,
idea has


5 syllables:
galilean hills


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