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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with conies:

2 syllables:
both these,
johnny eames,
knock knees,
month these,
from these,
whom these,
block these,
car keys,
cause these,
cock cheese,
cock tease,
far these,
frog cheese,
hot keys,
knob cheese,
knock these,
not these,
pot cheese,
shock these,
square these,
stock these,
swat teams,
tar heels,
watch these,
block needs,
cause needs,
donne seems,
france seems,
france these,
giant trees,
honour these,
john cleese,
john i,
john i.,
once these,
stock needs,
at ease,
for ease,
know these,
mouth these,
saw these,
show these,
snap peas,
snow geese,
snow peas,
south these,
though these,
from each,
from heat,
not eat,
not heal,
not heed,
not teach,
not tied,
rock eel,
star read,
swat team,
tar heel,
crown these,
down these,
drawn these,
grown these,
her knees,
john as,
john has,
my knees,
own needs,
than these,
your knees,
block means


3 syllables:
whereupon these,
compare these,
declare these,
embrace these,
horace seems,
prepare these,
unlock these,
honor these,
johnny knows,
knobby knees,
only as,
only has,
passage needs,
radon seeds,
response seems,
response these,
swollen knees,
enough these,
withdraw these,
bizarre scene,
japan needs,
japan these,
many as,
many u.s.,
our knees,
army as,
army has


4 syllables:
piano keys,
romano cheese,
as many as


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See conies used in context: 1 rhyme, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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