Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deixis:

2 syllables:
speaks as,
creek was,
greek was,
peak was,
streets as,
three theses,
treats as,
week was,
my cousins,
peace as,
peace has,
piece as,
speak as,
three cousins,
weak as,
week as,
feels as,
league was,
leaves as,
means as,
needs as,
seems as,
beach was,
beam was,
deal was,
deed was,
dream was,
each was,
east as,
east has,
feet was,
field as,
field has,
fleet was,
gene was,
greece was,
green was,
grief was,
heat was,
lease was,
least as,
meal was,
meant as,
meat was,
need was,
peace was,
peach fuzz,
piece was,
queen was,
reached as,
scene was,
scheme was,
screen was,
seal was,
seat was,
seed was,
seemed as,
seen was,
sheet was,
siege was,
sign was,
sleep was,
speech was,
speed was,
steam gas,
steam was,
steel was,
stream was,
street was,
team was,
theme was,
these was,
wheat was,
wheel was

3 syllables:
beliefs as,
degree theses,
chinese as,
decrease as,
proceeds as,
achieved as,
ancient as,
appeal was,
areas was,
belief was,
believe was,
college was,
conceived as,
decreased as,
defeat was,
ideas was,
machine was,
perceived as,
received as,
release was,
released as,
relief was,
retreat was,
revealed as,
areas as,
areas has

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