Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deadeye:

2 syllables:
et ai,
met eye,
set high,
where high,
hair dye,
held high,
good eye,
breast high,
kept eye,
left eye,
met eyes,
set eyes,
set time,
air right,
bell lyre,
belle isle,
cell like,
cell line,
chair height,
chair right,
fair isle,
fell like,
share right,
shell height,
shell like,
shell lime,
smell like,
stare right,
them might,
well nigh,
where right,
bread knife,
bread line,
bread might,
bread right,
bread while,
bread white,
dead file,
dead line,
dead rise,
dead time,
dead white,
dead wire,
dread night,
head lice,
head light,
head like,
head rhyme,
lead line,
lead pipe,
lead time,
lead wire,
spread light,
spread like,
spread might,
spread right,
spread thighs,
spread while,
spread white,
them died,
thread guide,
thread like,
thread might,
thread tight,
thread while,
but high,
chih tai,
foot high,
it high,
shut eye,
aiming high,
ching hai,
fish eye,
has high,
his eye,
his high,
if high,
in. high,
in high,
is high,
king high,
ran high,
rib eye,
run high

3 syllables:
acid dye,
any high,
beddy bye,
cherry eye,
their eye,
their high,
weather eye,
ahead might,
ahead right,
ahead while,
direct dye,
heddle eye

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