Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with peach tree:

2 syllables:
beach three,
preach three,
preached by,
reach three,
reached by,
reached my,
speech three,
teach three,
beech trees,
preached three,
reached roughly,
reached three,
they try,
freeze dry,
been free,
been three,
been very,
beinn bhreagh,
brief three,
creek three,
deep fry,
dream three,
east by,
feel free,
feel very,
green three,
knees three,
least by,
least they,
leave three,
mean free,
meant by,
meant they,
piece three,
pleased by,
routine three,
scene three,
screen three,
seem very,
sleep three,
speak three,
speed three,
spied three,
stream three,
street three,
thefe three,
theme three,
these three,
these very,
treat three,
trees three,
bleed dry,
by dry,
by jury,
by shri,
shree shree,
very dry,
bean trees,
beauty beauty,
beech creek,
beech green,
by free,
by street,
by three,
by very,
cream treat,
each by,
eat my,
feet by,
green trees,
gri gri,
heat by,
leafed trees

3 syllables:
college try,
college three,
achieve three,
areas three,
believe three,
complete three,
decreased by,
defeat three,
eugene brieux,
eugene lourie,
exceed three,
gabriel mourey,
machine three,
perceive three,
receive three,
release three,
released by,
repeat three,
ancient realm,
ancient trees,
chinese street,
complete by,
complete my,
defeat by,
degree three,
delete key,
feature three

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