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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with big league:

2 syllables:
fig leaf,
grid leak,
pick clean,
quick clean,
sick leave,
dig deep,
him leave,
his leave,
his sleep,
his sleeve,
in leaf,
pierre louys,
shin leaf,
there leave,
there lieth,
this lease,
which leave,
fig leaves,
it lie,
still leave,
were roughly,
which lie,
will each,
will eat,
will heal,
will leave,
with lee,
brick cheese,
chick peas,
click these,
click wheel,
his cheek,
his weak,
is weak,
mid week,
phil. i,
phil i,
pil i,
prick tease,
quick peace,
quick scene,
stick seed,
stick these,
thick beige,
thick cream,
thick piece,
thick sheaf,
thick sheath,
thick sheet,
this peak,
this week,
tick weed,
trygve lie,
were weak,
which seek,
whit week,
will lie,
will seek,
with glee,
with weak


3 syllables:
asking leave,
olive leaf,
appear roughly,
until each,
bishop gleig,
dilly bag,
enrich these,
olive cheek


4 syllables:
entirely vague


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