Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with emails:

2 syllables:
by males,
three males,
clean nails,
three nails,
by sales,
lease sales,
steam mains,
three sales,
three tails,
three tales,
cream sales,
greek males,
scheme fails,
phratry names,
screen names,
three names,
three naves,
beauty fades,
by james,
by waves,
greek hades,
league games,
lee waves,
see james,
sleep aids,
these aims,
three chains,
three games,
three lanes,
three shades,
three waves,
stream miles,
three miles,
green vales,
routine sales,
steel nails,
brief phase,
brief tales,
dream fades,
fleet sails,
fleet sales,
greek tales,
heat haze,
my days,
my gaze,
my ways,
pious tales,
ski trails,
speech fails,
steel rails,
steel sales,
street mains,
street sales,
surely raise,
sweet gales,
these sales,
these tales,
they raise,
three dayes,
three days,
three phase,
three ways,
wheat sales,
by mail,
by male,
dream phase

3 syllables:
complete tales,
decrease sales,
chinese males,
college males,
extreme tails,
obese males,
entry names,
fourteen names,
machine names,
obscene names,
college james,
expressly waives,
ancient tales,
machine fails,
machine sales,
achieve sales,
appeal fails,
chinese tales,
complete sales,
degree days,
degree phase,
entry phase,
exceed sales,
extreme games,
extreme pains,
extreme waves,
query fails,
repeat sales,
snowy sails,
carry mails,
either males,
extreme phase

4 syllables:
employee fails,
employee sales

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