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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with docking fee:

3 syllables:
dropping by,
stopping by,
blocking these,
cocking piece,
knocking knees,
shocking piece,
shocking scene,
profit by,
walking by,
cause kidney,
causing these,
causing three,
causing worry,
dropping these,
dropping three,
plotting sheet,
plotting these,
probing these,
proving these,
rolling sheet,
rolling three,
rolling wheel,
rotting teeth,
saving these,
saving three,
shock quickly,
shopping scene,
spotting these,
squaring these,
stock quickly,
stopping these,
tonic key,
washing these,
washing three,
watching these,
watching three,
blocking scheme,
bolling field,
clocking scheme,
honking geese,
john ii,
locking scheme,
marching three,
marking these,
rolling field,
having by,
having my,
jack kilby,
passing by,
planning by,
cause indeed,
not guilty,
not imply,
not indeed,
parking field,
square chimney,
stalin peace,
stalin peak

4 syllables:
acknowledge my,
approving these,
causing early,
causing heavy,
dropping heavy,
following my,
proving highly,
shopping early,
watching harry,
barking abbey,
hocking valley,
knocking copy,
occur singly,
occurring roughly,
occurring three,
passage indeed,
shocking defeat

5 syllables:
occurring early,
occurring fatty

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