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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sinhalese:

3 syllables:
prime duties,
flight duties,
light duties,
night duties,
price studies,
blind puppies,
might appease,
rhyne college,
slight unease,
wright believes,
bible leaves,
cycle these,
final leave,
rival leagues,
rival these,
title these,
dried chillies,
guide pulleys,
plain duties,
shrine cities,
spine disease,
spine series,
white bellies,
crime studies,
final means,
trial these


4 syllables:
assign duties,
assigned duties,
combined duties,
defined duties,
excise duties,
prescribed duties,
assigns duties,
design studies,
einstein college,
equine studies,
minor duties,
arrival these,
define fully,
design achieves,
minded allies,
recycle these,
confined disease,
define disease,
defined disease,
design series,
finally cause,
finally chose,
finally hears,
finally knows,
finally raise,
finally shows,
finally these,
finally those,
finally was,
flying duties,
trying duties


5 syllables:
ursuline college


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