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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brownies:

2 syllables:
know these,
mouth these,
show these,
snow geese,
snow peas,
south these,
crown these,
down these,
grown these,
own needs,
your knees,
bought these,
brought these,
browse these,
crowd these,
doubt these,
down each,
house seems,
house these,
ought these,
out these,
plough teams,
scout bees,
south seas,
spouse seems,
strauss seems,
throughout these,
wrought these,
bound these,
brown beads,
brown beans,
brown jeans,
brown leaves,
brown seeds,
brown seems,
brown trees,
brown weeds,
count these,
crown pleas,
crown seems,
crowned these,
found these,
ground bees,
ground dries,
ground these,
grown feeds,
grown leaves,
grown trees,
house needs,
lough neagh,
mount these,
own means,
pound cheese,
round cheese,
round these,
sound these,
south needs,
spouse needs,
towns these,
wound heals,
your needs,
at ease


3 syllables:
enough these,
our knees,
enough means,
about these,
about trees,
aloud these,
arouse these,
cacao beans,
cacao seeds,
cacao trees,
endowed these,
enough beans,
enough breeze,
enough leaves,
enough seeds,
enough seems,
enough trees,
power these,
about needs,
account teams,
account these,
amount these,
announce these,
around these,
compound these,
confound these,
county as,
county has,
county whose,
denounce these,
downy hairs,
expound these,
our needs,
power needs,
pronounce these,
recount these,
surmount these,
surround these


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