Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hebrew:

2 syllables:
death threw,
bet you,
bless you,
cheng chou,
dare you,
debt due,
et du,
felt too,
fresh new,
guess you,
hell you,
lead you,
met you,
sell you,
set you,
spare you,
tell you,
them knew,
them new,
them too,
them you,
well knew,
well you,
went too,
where new,
where thou,
where you,
yet few,
yet you,
air crew,
bell roof,
check room,
dead room,
deck roof,
pressure due,
rec room,
sweat room,
yet too,
bare root,
fresh brewed,
hair root,
spare room,
but true,
it true,
smith threw,
help you,
kept you,
steps you,
air cool,
air tool,
air tube,
bare soul,
bell boot,
belle poule,
best you,
cess pool,
chess move,
chest tube,
claire booth,
clare booth,
clare boothe,
dead soul,
debts due,
deck shoes,
dress suit,
edge tool,
egg tooth,
else you,
ex new,
fair use,
feng shue,
fresh food,
gets too,
gets you,
hair mousse,
jet fuel,
leads you,
left new,
left you

3 syllables:
expect too,
i tell you,
upset you,
hotel room,
meadow rue,
motel room,
cabell bruce,
except you,
address you,
affect you,
any new,
better you,
carry you,
deja vu,
direct you,
ever knew,
ever new,
ever you,
expect you,
feather few,
janet louise

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