Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shuteye:

2 syllables:
moon eye,
you buy,
blue eye,
cpu time,
due time,
flew high,
new high,
new time,
new type,
screw eye,
shoot height,
too high,
too tight,
true time,
you time,
you type,
blue light,
blue line,
blue nile,
blue pike,
blue white,
blue wire,
clew line,
dew line,
few white,
flu like,
flue pipe,
fuel line,
groom might,
hoop pine,
loose sight,
new file,
new life,
new light,
new line,
new right,
new site,
new wife,
new wine,
plume height,
queue while,
school life,
screw pile,
screw pine,
shoo fly,
smooth thighs,
threw light,
too fine,
too light,
too right,
too wide,
too wise,
tooth height,
true life,
true light,
true pine,
true rhyme,
you fight,
you give,
you like,
you live,
you might,
you ride,
you right,
you while,
you write,
blue eyes,
choose style,
few times,
flute pipe,
flute while,
fruit fly,
fruit knife,
fruit might

3 syllables:
produce high,
muay thai,
reduced eye,
bedroom eyes,
bedroom might,
costume might,
review guide,
review might,
review while,
review write,
withdrew while,
acute right,
acute types,
balloon tyre,
commute times

4 syllables:
absolute height,
absolute time,
bermuda high,
absolute guide,
absolute heights,
absolute ideal,
absolute light,
absolute right,
absolute times,
absolute while,
absolute white

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