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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cubbies:

2 syllables:
dutch cheese,
carob beans,
bel paese,
depth these,
up these,
blood dries,
blood these,
brush these,
but these,
can these,
carob bean,
chuck e cheese,
crush these,
douglas seems,
flung these,
get these,
has these,
judge these,
let these,
man needs,
man sees,
pluck these,
put these,
some means,
stress seems,
stress these,
struck these,
stuff these,
then these,
thus seems,
thus these,
touches these,
twice these,
was these,
when these,
young geese,
young these,
carob trees,
chief beauties,
dubbed these,
has beens,
love beads,
mung beans,
rural beauties,
scrub trees,
strung beads,
young beauties,
death these,
his ease,
with ease,
with these,
up each,
blood heat,
but each,
can eat,
cut each,
dna gene,
dung heap


3 syllables:
extra cheese,
added these,
advice seems,
advice these,
alice seems,
arise these,
become means,
become these,
begun these,
busy as,
deity whose,
duty as,
ended these,
entice these,
expel these,
extra leaves,
extra meals,
extra means,
extra needs,
fully as,
greater ease,
money as,
money has,
money whose,
office seems,
office these,
unless these,
urban needs,
uses these,
cubby holes,
honey bees,
rubber heels,
sea breeze,
soya beans,
extra piece,
of a piece,
extra leave


4 syllables:
entity whose,
italy as,
italy has,
italy whose


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