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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trash heap:

2 syllables:
black sheep,
fat sheep,
and deep,
black crepe,
scrap heaps,
shall keep,
shall keepe,
slag heaps,
that deep,
that keep,
and sheep,
maned sheep,
range sheep,
tanned sheep,
though cheap,
at each,
at ease,
at heel,
back heel,
black heat,
glass eel,
had each,
scrap piece,
shall eat,
shall lease,
shall leave,
snap peas,
that each,
that heat,
what each,
blue sheep,
brought sheep,
brown sheep,
cash up,
dall sheep,
for sheep,
fresh sheep,
grown sheep,
hash up,
lash up,
mash up,
or sheep,
smash up,
store sheep,
stray sheep,
three sheep,
drank cheap,
and keep,
bath sheet,
black sheet,
brass sheet,
cat sleep,
class i,
crash scene,
crash scheme,
drank deep,
flash wheel,
glass sheet,
graph sheet,
hash sign,
rap sheet,
schwann sheath,
scratch sheet,
shall creep,
shall lie,
shall sleep,
shall sweep,
smash these,
splash shield,
staff keeps,
than i.,
that keeps,
that sleep,
what keeps,
ash key


3 syllables:
enough sheep,
alley oop,
massey hope,
tally up,
scabby sheep,
scattered sheep,
among sheep,
because sheep,
rather cheap,
ante up,
carried up,
enhance sleep,
fancy up,
fortran i,
scattered heaps,
shaggy cap,
tally shop,
cattle sheep,
jacob sheep


4 syllables:
really cheap,
really hoped


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