Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fancily:

3 syllables:
francis i,
francis i.,
basel i,
hansa league,
paschal i,
sprang fully,
grand duchy,
had fully,
shall fully,
than money,
that fully,
plans fully,
and fully,
match supply,
plant fully,
shall safely,
shall supply,
staff fully,
stand fully,
takes a leak,
takes fully,
that supply,
and supply,
cancelled by,
flannel leaf,
grand saline,
planned supply,
plant supply,
plants supply,
scant supply,
stand safely,
black money,
brass money,
cap money,
cash money,
class money,
class musci,
had money,
hat money,
mad money,
that money,
what money,
drawn fully,
shawn tully,
angle leaf,
angle tie,
sample by,
stanza three,
abbas i,
ached dully,
and duties,
and money,
at college,
cap a pie,
class college,
crash safety,
douglass college,
grant money,
granted by,
grasp fully,
had lately,
had relied,
hand money,
lacks appeal,
lacks money,
laughed drily,
mack connie,
matzah meal,
planted by

4 syllables:
japan fully,
advance money,
enhance safety,
expand fully,
financial lease,
francis ii,
japan relied,
manner fully,
relax fully,
answer fully,
answered dully,
basel ii,
expand supply,
finance college,
paschal ii,
amass money,
combat money,
extract honey,
amppl ii,
example by,
hiram college,
ramses ii,
allow fully,
commanded by,
enchanted by,
expanded by,
expansion by,
latter fully,
matter fully,
nature fully,
rather fully

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