Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with beauty sleep:

2 syllables:
very steep,
breed sheep,
feet deep,
meat sheep,
neep neep,
sheep sheep,
steal sheep,
by deep,
clean sweep,
fleeced sheep,
fleets sweep,
green sweep,
knee deep,
lease lease,
my deep,
peace league,
please leave,
street sweep,
they keep,
three sheep,
very cheap,
very deep,
by leaps,
cheap sleeps,
means cheap,
meine liebe,
seems cheap,
brief leave,
by speech,
by steam,
cease these,
diese these,
diese weise,
dry clean,
dry steam,
each leaf,
free speech,
greek league,
green crepe,
green leek,
heafed sheep,
lease these,
least teach,
leave leave,
marine league,
meant cheap,
my speech,
my sweet,
peace peace,
peace speech,
peace these,
piece steel,
piece these,
please read,
please speak,
please teach,
please these,
seed leaf,
seemed cheap,
slieve league,
speech league,
surely please,
surely speak,
they please,
they speak,
three steel,
very clean,
very sweet,
scree slope,
ski slope,
breeze sweeps,
by the lee

3 syllables:
chinese cheap,
degree sweep,
a clean sweep,
areal sweep,
chinese leaf,
chinese league,
complete sweep,
chinese peace,
chinese speak,
chinese speech,
chinese steel,
concrete creep,
decrease speed,
decrease these,
entry speed,
machine beeped,
machine keeps,
merino sheep,
neither cheap,
neither sheep,
oblique leaf,
release steam,
release these,
relief fleet,
saline seeps,
degree slope,
agree roughly,
chinese fleet

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