Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with knowlege:

2 syllables:
whole siege,
close siege,
now leave,
to lean,
to leap,
to leave,
who leave,
whole league,
to lie,
does each,
known each,
one each,
to reach,
to teach,
who teach,
bo peep,
bow piece,
cmo reit,
co sign,
cow meat,
cow wheat,
do feel,
do mean,
do need,
do seem,
do these,
dough piece,
dough sheet,
flow sheet,
go deep,
go team,
growth these,
how deep,
how these,
kobe beef,
low beam,
mo pete,
no mean,
no need,
no peace,
no real,
no sign,
now been,
now feel,
now need,
now read,
now seem,
now seen,
now these,
one need,
plow beam,
scherzo theme,
so cheap,
so deep,
so keen,
so keep,
so mean,
so real,
so these,
so weak,
throw these,
to beat,
to cease,
to cheat,
to deal,
to feed,
to feel,
to feet,
to keep,
to mean,
to meet,
to need,
to peace,
to read,
to real,
to reap,
to seal,
to seek,
to seem,
to seize,
to sign,
to these,
to weep,
two beat,
two feet,
two piece,
two wheel,
who deal,
who feel,
who keep,
who meet,
who need,
who read,
who seek,
who seem

3 syllables:
boley gauge,
slowly edged,
above each,
approach each,
endow these

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