Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with meanies:

2 syllables:
brie cheese,
by these,
gee gees,
jury fees,
roughly these,
see these,
surely these,
why these,
beauty needs,
bees knees,
clean these,
green cheese,
green geese,
green peas,
green pease,
green teas,
my needs,
queen bees,
routine needs,
scene needs,
scene these,
screen needs,
screen these,
seen these,
surely needs,
tee hees,
the bees knees,
three needs,
tween these,
beauty means,
by means,
cream cheese,
cream teas,
dewey means,
dream means,
dream these,
my niece,
roughly means,
scheme means,
scheme these,
surely means,
three meals,
three means,
beauty seems,
beauty shines,
breach these,
breed these,
brief these,
by trees,
cease these,
cheap these,
cheese cheese,
dewey seems,
diese these,
dry freeze,
dry leaves,
freed these,
freeze these,
fried cheese

3 syllables:
agree these,
degree these,
ideally these,
entry needs,
ideally needs,
machine needs,
machine these,
degree means,
entry means,
extreme means,
redeem these,
supreme means,
achieve these,
agreed these,
appeal these,
appease these,
areas these,
beady eyes,
belief these,
believe these,
college these,
complete these,
conceal these,
concede these,
conceive these,
critique these,
decrease seems,
decrease these,
decree seems,
defeat these,
degree seems,
degrees these,
delete these,
doeth these,
easy as,
entry seems,
envied these,
exceed these,
freely as

4 syllables:
already has

Some other possibilities:

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