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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with betony:

3 syllables:
comb honey,
some money,
britain by,
but money,
get money,
put money,
russia by,
get any,
let any,
put any,
blood money,
butt ugly,
chief money,
cuban heel,
cut a deal,
dumb bunny,
duncan i,
dutch money,
fun money,
get lucky,
glove money,
hush money,
lon chaney,
much money,
rural money,
such money,
was funny,
was money,
when money,
britain needs,
britain these,
britain three,
button three,
button tree,
chet huntley,
currant money,
detain these,
dust bunny,
front money,
mutton sheep,
retain these,
retain three,
stuffed bunny,
trust money,
bharat heavy,
can any,
done any,
fresh honey,
has any,
him money,
ling honey,
plus any,
them money,
then any,
thick honey,
thus any,
up any,
was any,
when any,
with honey,
buddha realm,
chief deity,
judge duffy,
mud puppy,
baruch college

4 syllables:
extra money,
asset money,
become muddy,
added money,
alice tully,
clover honey,
honey honey,
money honey,
office money,
unless money,
urban money,
britain early,
conduct money,
deduct money,
fiat money,
greater money,
mutton curry,
pruritus ani,
retain highly,
unspent money,
upfront money,
extra penny,
uncle lenny,
virgin honey,
abided by,
added appeal,
added drily,
added duties,
eroded by,
extra duties,
abdul azeez,
abdulla sheth,
arusha peace

5 syllables:
equity money

Some other possibilities:

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