Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with leibnitz:

2 syllables:
been its,
seen its,
keeps its,
leaves its,
reached its,
keep its,
by fits,
feel its,
leave its,
meet its,
my wits,
reach its,
been his,
by its,
by prince,
deep six,
gene is,
greek myths,
green is,
mean is,
queen is,
routine is,
scene is,
screen is,
see its,
seen his,
seen is,
sheep dips,
sheep since,
sign his,
sign is,
sleep since,
spleen is,
these myths,
beach since,
been since,
brief rinse,
brief since,
clean since,
cream rinse,
creek since,
creme rinse,
dream since,
feet six,
fleet ships,
fleet since,
fried chips,
greek ships,
greek since,
greeks since,
green chips,
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,
seize ships

3 syllables:
achieved its,
achieves its,
received its,
receives its,
reveals its,
achieve its,
complete its,
even its,
receive its,
asleep since,
chinese myths,
machine is,
achieve since,
agreed since,
appeal since,
areas since,
belief since,
beliefs since,
believe since,
chinese ships,
college since,
complete since,
concrete ships,
concrete since,
defeat since,
degrees since,
entries since,
extreme since,
fourteen ships,
ideas since,
machine picks,
machine since,
relief ships,
relief since,
retreat since

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