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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with catchpenny:

3 syllables:
bad penny,
jack benny,
and any,
ask any,
class petty,
graham parry,
lacked any,
add any,
at any,
back any,
had any,
lack any,
pass any,
shall any,
than any,
that any,
what any,
catch plenty,
graham berry,
halle berry,
and heavy,
anne marie,
at delhi,
bad fairy,
black cherry,
frank kelley,
frank kelly,
hangs heavy,
pratt ferry,
range heavy,
shall carry,
shall marry,
shall tarry,
shall weary,
staff carry,
stand heavy,
takes heavy,
that carry,
that mary,
that vary,
brown penny,
and henry,
at twenty,
black hairy,
black prairie,
capt. henry,
capt. parry,
frank henley,
frank henry,
glass petri,
graham petrie,
grass prairie,
hang heavy,
jacques henri,
match fairly,
matched healthy,
ralph henry,
thank henry,
that heavy,
that pretty,
that twenty,
vance cheney,
again by,
again see,
again they,
asked penny,
batch technique,
had denied,
had plenty,
patch technique,
that henry,
cash money,
black money,
brass money,
cap money,
class money,
form any,
found any,
had money,
hat money,
john rennie


4 syllables:
howat penny,
exact heavy,
after any,
also any,
although any,
annie kenney,
answer any,
having any,
lacking any,
rather petty,
allow any,
jasper penny,
nature denied,
nature denies,
adopt any,
amass money,
among petty,
combat money,
extract honey


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