Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black sea:

3 syllables:
flat pea,
grass pea,
black-eyed pea,
fancy up,
hamm mia,
many a,
snap pea,
slack season,
track season,
ante up,
apply an,
apply as,
at pisa,
badly as,
candy ass,
cat flea,
dandy hen,
glass phial,
rat flea,
shang china,
t'ang china,
that china,
al aqsa,
crack reaches,
cracked china,
fancied up,
fancy man,
happy as,
jack crevalle,
mallee hen,
many an,
many as,
many on,
many u.s.,
nancy young,
plaque reads,
tally on,
tally up,
that season,
valley as,
valley on,
shawn keogh,
snow flea,
blacks equal,
blacks needed,
brass eagle,
grass eaten,
grassy knoll,
lacks legal,
maxim gun,
sachs lesion,
slack seasons,
takes equal,
takes legal

4 syllables:
bombax ceiba,
attack china,
smilax china,
harry keogh,
japan china,
as many as,
attacked china,
enhance china,
exactly as,
exactly on,
really am,
really an,
really as,
really has,
contact ceases

5 syllables:
marrowfat pea,
abraham siegel

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