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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black sheep:

2 syllables:
trash heap,
and deep,
ant heap,
shall keep,
shall keepe,
that deep,
that keep,
drank cheap,
slag heap,
drank deep,
scrap heap,
shall creep,
trash heaps,
jack cheese,
and keep,
back beat,
back teeth,
bath sheet,
brass sheet,
cat sleep,
cracked teeth,
flax seed,
glass sheet,
graph sheet,
jack bean,
knack kneed,
lacked teeth,
packs heat,
rap sheet,
schwann sheath,
scratch sheet,
shall sleep,
shall sweep,
stack these,
stacked heel,
staff keeps,
that keeps,
that sleep,
track meet,
track these,
what keeps,
crack shape,
slag heaps,
back by,
back fee,
back heel,
back knee,
back my,
blank sheet,
dog cheap,
fact sheet,
frank sheed,
pact i,
scrap heaps,
bought cheap,
brought cheap,
for cheap,
for deep,
from deep,
not deep,
not keep,
not weep,
or deep,
or keep,
though steep,
chang ch'ien,
chang chien,
chang hsien,
drag feet,
gratte ciel,
khang chien,
mag wheel,
rat cheese,
t'ang hsien,
tag team


3 syllables:
rather cheap,
ante up,
attack these,
attacks cease,
enhance sleep,
extract teeth,
fancy up,
unpack these,
aback by,
alley oop,
attack by,
contact sheet,
massey hope,
static creep,
tally up,
enough sleep


4 syllables:
really cheap


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