Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cavalry:

3 syllables:
travel by,
travel three,
apple key,
apple pie,
battle by,
hang a louie,
harold i,
shall agree,
staff agree,
apple tree,
basel i,
battle cry,
battle three,
channel reach,
channel three,
panel three,
paschal i,
staff fully,
travel piece,
travel these,
traveled by,
travelled by,
chattel real,
traveled three,
travelled three,
acad sci,
allen key,
classes by,
damage by,
fallen by,
fashion by,
happen by,
maggot pie,
nation by,
passes by,
status by,
novel by,
abbas i,
angle tie,
anise tree,
baffled by,
battle piece,
battle scene,
battle these,
cap a pie,
castle peak,
cattle sheep,
cattle thief,
channel these,
class agreed,
classes three,
dazzled by,
fallen three,
fallen tree,
flannel sheet,
fragile beauty,
fragile peace,
fragile piece,
gatten tree,
ghana greece,
graham agreed,
had agreed,
halal meat,
hannah agreed,
hannah green,
happen three,
mack connie,
nation three,
paddle beam,
paddle wheel,
pages three,
panel thief,
passes three,
ralph hawtrey,
rattle weed,
sacha guitry,
saddle seat,
sample by,
sappa creek,
sarah agreed,
sarah green,
staff agreed,
stanza three

4 syllables:
japan agree,
travel diary,
apple annie,
battle abbey,
battle early,
calla lily,
canna lily,
chiang agreed,
example by,
harold ii,
japan agreed,
japan agrees,
latter agree,
rather agree,
savanna trees

5 syllables:
chicana theory,
really agree

Some other possibilities:

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