Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deep six:

2 syllables:
keeps its,
sheep since,
sleep since,
keeps his,
beach since,
been since,
brief since,
by prince,
clean since,
creek since,
dream since,
fleet since,
greek since,
greeks since,
grief since,
league since,
lease sticks,
leave since,
queen since,
reach since,
realm since,
routine since,
scene since,
scheme since,
screen since,
seats since,
seen since,
sheep dips,
sheet since,
sheets since,
siege since,
speak since,
speech since,
speed since,
steel since,
stream since,
street since,
streets since,
teeth since,
theme since,
three sticks,
three tricks,
treat since,
trees since,
weeks since,
weet bix,
wheat since,
beauty since,
cheap tricks,
cheese sticks,
cream sticks,
crepe lisse,
free kicks,
greece since,
green sticks,
heat sinks,
keep its,
keep this,
lease since,
meets his,
peace since,
piece since,
roughly since,
steel sinks,
vieux paris,
weeks is,
worry since,
greece is,
keep his

3 syllables:
asleep since,
achieve since,
agreed since,
appeal since,
areas since,
belief since,
beliefs since,
believe since,
college since,
complete since,
concrete since,
defeat since,
degrees since,
entries since,
extreme since,
ideas since,
machine picks,
machine since,
relief since,
retreat since,
succeed since,
unseen since,
agree since,
chinese since,
decrease since,
degree since,
entry since,
release since,
achieves its,
chinese silks,
decrease is

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