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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ataraxy:

3 syllables:
that receive,
that lovely,
that supply,
patrick creagh,
acad sci,
battle by,
class musci,
francis i,
francis i.,
harold i,
hat money,
shall succeed,
status by,
that fully,
that greatly,
that money,
what money,
patrick seale,
barren scene,
battle cry,
battle scene,
capt. mckee,
class receive,
had lately,
shall receive,
staff receive,
acted by,
action by,
action they,
angle tie,
black monkey,
brass monkey,
crash safety,
drafted by,
granted by,
match supply,
planted by,
practice by,
practice they,
ralph hawtrey,
sac fungi,
sample by,
scratch monkey,
shall safely,
shall supply,
staff safety,
stanza three,
taxes by,
facts agree,
had fully,
had greatly,
had money,
mad money,
madrid peace,
shall agree,
staff agree,
that precede,
that received,
that receives


4 syllables:
sarah casey,
combat money,
sacra poesi,
patrick casey,
adapted by,
attracted by,
commanded by,
contacted by,
enacted by,
enchanted by,
enhance safety,
example by,
expanded by,
expansion by,
extracted by,
reacted by,
reaction by,
supplanted by,
bhadra yajee,
japan agree,
latter receive,
madrid daily


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