Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with theorise:

2 syllables:
dry eyes,
her eyes,
knee highs,
my eyes,
very eyes,
by size,
by ties,
green eyes,
me realize,
meet eyes,
they rise,
tie dyes,
very wise,
we realize

3 syllables:
surely arrive,
they arrive,
dieter heinz,
fleet arrives,
flier miles,
friar giles,
lieder eines,
reader arrives,
senior highs,
steamer arrives,
surely derives,
teacher arrives,
fourier phase,
our eyes,
peter hayes,
briar pipe,
meter height,
neither height,
they arrived,
they derive,
by surprise,
cheaper lines,
dealer gives,
deeper dives,
deeper lines,
deeper mines,
either gives,
either sides,
extreme highs,
feature gives,
feature lines,
feeder lines,
leader gives,
leader guides,
leader lines,
leaner times,
meter gives,
my surprise,
neither gives,
peter giles,
peter gives,
peter lyons,
peter wiles,
reader gives,
scene derives,
shrewdly surmised,
speaker gives,
steamer lines,
steeper sides,
streamer flies,
teacher gives,
teacher guides,
weaker lines

4 syllables:
receiver arrays,
appeal derives,
eager buyers,
feeder wires,
money arrives,
neither ideas,
peter hyams,
peter irons,
peter myers,
receiver gives,
speaker wires,
teacher ideas

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