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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cadiz:

2 syllables:
snap peas,
add these,
had these,
at these,
rat cheese,
that sees,
that these,
what these,
catch these,
class seems,
class these,
drag heels,
glass seals,
glass seems,
graph these,
grass seeds,
grass seems,
had each,
jack cheese,
mass. these,
match these,
shall seize,
shall these,
smash these,
stack these,
staff feels,
staff these,
than these,
track these,
and cheese,
and these,
banned these,
black-eyed peas,
black deeds,
black eyed peas,
brand these,
dragged heels,
dragged these,
manned these,
planned these,
sand eels,
stand these,
that deals,
both these,
for ease,
know these,
mouth these,
saw these,
show these,
snow geese,
snow peas,
south these,
though these,
at each,
at heel,
scrap piece,
shall lease,
that each,
that heat,
what each,
back heel,
black heat,
glass eel,
scrap heap,
shall eat,
shall leave


3 syllables:
combat teams,
combat these,
kiawe trees,
attach these,
attack these,
gabby hayes,
happy as,
happy whose,
japan needs,
japan these,
many as,
many u.s.,
rabbi whose,
surpass these,
unpack these,
valley as,
valley whose,
badly as,
daddy knows,
daddy was,
expand these,
gandhi whose,
ladies whose,
myriad leaves,
scattered these,
shattered these,
enough these,
withdraw these


4 syllables:
marrowfat peas,
as many as,
really as,
really has


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