Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with leanings:

2 syllables:
by kings,
by things,
greek kings,
green hills,
key rings,
my things,
see things,
surely things,
three kings,
three rings,
three things,
three wings,
tree rings,
very things,
clean things,
green rings,
green things,
green wings,
routine things,
my limbs,
my sins,
seal limbs,
steam mills,
teach ins,
three mills,
beauty lives,
bleak hills,
by peers,
by the ears,
by years,
grief fills,
my fears,
my kids,
my tears,
my years,
see figs,
steep hills,
sweet tears,
these hills,
three beers,
three bills,
three cheers,
three lives,
three years,
dream things,
stream rings,
tie ins,
beauty brings,
bee stings,
by eqs,
cheap things,
clean bills,
clean lives,
f1fteen years,
gee whiz,
greek things,
green bills,
green pears,
green pills,
green withes,
green years,
keep things,
leave things,
my ears,
piece things,
pious kings,
pious things

3 syllables:
sabine hills,
meaning as,
meaning has,
meaning whose,
obscene things,
unclean things,
unseen things,
unseen wings,
degree mills,
complete tears,
degree tears,
extreme things,
extreme wings,
achieve things,
ancient hills,
believe things,
chinese things,
chino hills,
complete rings,
conceal things,
conceive things,
concrete rings,
concrete things,
feeling as,
feeling whose,
fourteen years,
furry things,
hurry things,
ii kings,
meeting as,
meeting whose,
perceive things

5 syllables:
galilean hills

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