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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with solfege:

2 syllables:
whole siege,
close siege,
whole beach,
would each,
coal seam,
cole seed,
could deal,
could eat,
crows feet,
float feed,
goal seek,
one feel,
pol gene,
pole bean,
pole piece,
scroll wheel,
should deal,
should eat,
stole these,
whole meal,
whole peace,
whole piece,
whole realm,
whole scene,
whole sheep,
whole sheet,
whole theme,
whole these,
whole week,
whole wheat,
whole wheel,
would deal,
would eat,
coal field,
cold feet,
could die,
could feel,
do feel,
goal by,
now feel,
now leave,
role by,
role they,
roll by,
should die,
should feel,
to feed,
to feel,
to feet,
to lean,
to leap,
to leave,
troll field,
two feet,
who feel,
who leave,
whole by,
whole field,
whole fleet,
whole league,
would die,
would feel,
close reach,
lo fi,
low fi,
to lie,
to preach,
toll free


3 syllables:
alone reach,
alone teach,
boley gauge,
remote beach,
slowly edged


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