Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with treaties:

2 syllables:
brie cheese,
by these,
gee gees,
jury fees,
my knees,
roughly these,
see these,
surely these,
why these,
by trees,
cream teas,
green teas,
greet these,
meet these,
street these,
street trees,
sweet cheese,
sweet peas,
tee hees,
three teams,
three trees,
three tries,
treat these,
breed these,
freed these,
fried cheese,
read these,
reread these,
speed these,
beauty means,
beauty needs,
beauty seems,
beauty shines,
bees knees,
breach these,
brief these,
by means,
cease these,
cheap these,
cheese cheese,
clean these,
cream cheese,
dewey means,
dewey seems,
diese these,
dream means,
dream these,
dry freeze,
dry leaves,
freeze these,
greece seems,
green cheese,
green geese,
green peas,
green pease

3 syllables:
agree these,
degree these,
ideally these,
complete these,
defeat these,
delete these,
repeat these,
treaty as,
treaty whose,
agreed these,
beady eyes,
concede these,
envied these,
exceed these,
media as,
precede these,
ready as,
succeed these,
achieve these,
appeal these,
appease these,
areas these,
belief these,
believe these,
college these,
complete each,
conceal these,
conceive these,
critique these,
decrease seems,
decrease these,
decree seems,
degree means,
degree seems,
degrees these,
doeth these,
easy as,
entry means,
entry needs,
entry seems,
extreme means,
freely as,
ideally needs,
ideas these

4 syllables:
already has

Some other possibilities:

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See treaties used in context: 5 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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