Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hebrew:

5 letters:
et du

6 letters:
ex new

7 letters:
bet you,
met you,
set you,
yet few,
yet you,
yet too,
it true,
any new,
deja vu

8 letters:
dare you,
debt due,
felt too,
hell you,
lead you,
sell you,
tell you,
them new,
them too,
them you,
well you,
went too,
air crew,
rec room,
but true,
help you,
kept you,
air cool,
air tool,
air tube,
best you,
else you,
fair use,
gets too,
gets you,
jet fuel,
left new,
left you,
ever new,
ever you

9 letters:
bless you,
fresh new,
guess you,
spare you,
them knew,
well knew,
where new,
where you,
bell roof,
dead room,
deck roof,
bare root,
hair root,
steps you,
bare soul,
bell boot,
cess pool,
dead soul,
debts due,
edge tool,
egg tooth,
feng shue,
leads you,
upset you,
carry you,
ever knew

10 letters:
cheng chou,
where thou,
check room,
sweat room,
spare room,
chess move,
chest tube,
deck shoes,
dress suit,
fresh food,
expect too,
i tell you,
hotel room,
meadow rue,
motel room,
except you,
affect you,
better you,
direct you,
expect you

11 letters:
death threw,
smith threw,
belle poule,
clare booth,
hair mousse,
address you,
feather few

12 letters:
pressure due,
fresh brewed,
claire booth,
clare boothe,
cabell bruce,
janet louise

Some other possibilities:

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