Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with premise:

2 syllables:
met eyes,
set eyes,
cell lines,
cell size,
dead rise,
dressed hides,
fresh hides,
mesh size,
shell lines,
spread thighs,
step size,
them might,
air miles,
fish eyes,
his eyes,
his size,
plus size,
shut eyes,
this size,
with eyes,
air right,
bell lyre,
belle isle,
cell like,
cell line,
chair height,
chair right,
fair isle,
fell like,
set time,
share right,
shell height,
shell like,
shell lime,
smell like,
stare right,
where right,
les femmes,
some miles,
them as,
them has,
trim size,
where maize,
bench vise,
blair niles,
herein lies,
therein lies,
air lines,
air mile,
blair might,
blessed times,
bread lines,
bread might,
breast size,
breath gives,
breath might,
breathed sighs,
cette crise,
cette prise,
chair might,
check files,
check lines,
check might,
check rides,
check times,
claire might,
clare might,
dead eye,
death cries,
death gives,
death might,
death rides,
death times

3 syllables:
gazette times,
their eyes,
their rise,
acid dyes,
career highs,
bedroom eyes,
extra miles,
extreme highs,
summer highs,
any size,
any wise,
palette knives,
penny wise,
percent times,
recent times,
access files,
access gives,
access guides,
access lines,
access might,
access times,
ahead might,
assess fines,
beside whose,
cabell rives,
complex signs,
convex sides

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