Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sleeping beauty:

3 syllables:
keeping three,
weeping tree,
keeping my,
meaning by,
meeting by,
screaming tty,
teaching by,
weeping beech,
bleeding dry,
eating three,
feeding three,
feeling free,
feeling lousy,
feeling very,
feelings by,
leaving three,
meaning roughly,
meaning three,
meeting three,
preaching three,
reaching three,
roughly sixty,
seating three,
speaking roughly,
speaking three,
stealing three,
teaching three,
treating three,
by fifty,
cleaning routine,
eating routine,
feeding routine,
gleaming steel,
heating steam,
heating steel,
keeping clean,
keeping sweet,
keeping the peace,
leaving my,
meaning they,
roughly fifty,
seeing three,
streaming steam,
sweeping clean,
teaching routine,
village by,
weeping trees,
wheeling steel,
by simply,
keeping peace,
peace simply,
they simply,
very simply,
cleaning teeth,
gleaming teeth,
keeping feet,
keeping knees,
keeping sheep,
keeping these,
reaping wheat,
seeing my

4 syllables:
proceeding by,
achieving three,
exceeding three,
preceding three,
proceedings by,
receiving three,
repeating three,
revealing three,
succeeding three,
creeping jennie,
creeping jenny,
creeping lily,
eating fatty,
feeling dirty,
feeling mighty,
keeping daily,
keeping healthy,
keeping mercy,
keeping money,
keeping tally,
leaving thirty,
preceding brief,
reaching thirty,
receiving routine,
weeping cherry,
chinese simply,
degree simply,
entry simply,
ideas imply,
keeping pretty,
keeping duties,
keeping steady,
leaping lightly,
seeing billy

5 syllables:
exceeding thirty,
preceding thirty,
receiving thirty,
succeeding thirty,
exceeding eighty

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