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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brandies:

2 syllables:
than these,
and cheese,
and these,
banned these,
brand these,
hand cheese,
manned these,
planned these,
sand eels,
stand these,
add these,
at these,
catch these,
class these,
graph these,
had these,
jack cheese,
mass. these,
match these,
rat cheese,
shall seize,
shall these,
smash these,
stack these,
staff these,
that sees,
that these,
track these,
what these,
at ease,
chant these,
grant these,
plant these,
plant trees,
and deep,
and each,
and eat,
and heat,
black-eyed peas,
black deeds,
black eyed peas,
canned heat,
chance seems,
chance these,
dance seems,
dance these,
dragged heels,
dragged these,
glance seems,
glance these,
plans these,
range these,
sand eel,
snap peas,
span wheels,
stance seems,
that deals,
and die,
and i.,
and leaves,
and means,
and needs,
and seems,
and trees,
brand means,
brand needs,
canned beans,
gland seems,
grand dreams,
grand means,
grand themes


3 syllables:
japan these,
expand these,
gandhi whose,
attach these,
attack these,
combat these,
kiawe trees,
surpass these,
unpack these,
panty hose,
supplant these,
transplant teams,
transplant these,
advance seems,
advance these,
enhance these,
finance these,
japan feels,
japan means,
japan seems,
manner these,
brandy nose,
commands these,
expands these,
finance deals,
gandhi chose,
gandhi was


4 syllables:
marrowfat peas,
as many as


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