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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with diseases:

3 syllables:
disease as,
it ceases,
there ceases,
thing ceases,
cities as,
billy was,
it teaches,
jimmy was,
there reaches,
disease was,
swiss cheeses,
christ teaches,
his speeches,
ii was,
in pieces,
split pieces,
string pieces,
tearing pieces,
thick pieces,
with pieces,
ii as,
ii has,
big cheeses,
cities was,
disease on,
paris season,
there reasons,
this season,
brick villas,
cling peaches,
fiery tongues,
his evil,
indeed as,
indeed has,
is eaten,
is even,
is evil,
is heated,
is seated,
it reaches,
smith teaches,
sticky tongues,
there reason,
this even,
this evil,
which reaches,
which teaches,
blood ceases,
busy as,
chess pieces,
paris houses,
voice ceases,
disease comes,
his reasons,
his thesis,
paris thesis,
sized pieces,
spring seasons,
this crisis,
this thesis,
christ reaches


4 syllables:
progress ceases,
adding pieces,
clear pieces,
criteria as,
precisely as,
spicy sauces,
tissue pieces,
extra pieces,
career reasons,
billy hughes,
committee was,
period as,
period has,
willie hughes,
delay ceases,
office leases,
disease offers,
eclipse seasons,
flimsy houses,
policies as,
bigger pieces,
cheery voices,
classic pieces,
committee as,
committee has,
dingy houses,
entirely as,
fiery horses,
fiery kisses


5 syllables:
violin pieces,
delivery was,
machinery was,
material as,
material has,
virginia was,
criteria whose,
experience as,
experience has


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See diseases used in context: 54 rhymes, 19 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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