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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with frowzy:

2 syllables:
know by,
know my,
know they,
know why,
lough neagh,
show by,
show my,
show they,
show why,
bows knee,
house by,
house scene,
house seat,
house they,
bought by,
brought by,
brought my,
crown by,
doubt by,
doubt they,
down by,
down each,
down my,
down they,
four key,
grown by,
hour by,
hour they,
know these,
know very,
lough leane,
mouth these,
mouth three,
out by,
out each,
out my,
out they,
out why,
own by,
scout bee,
show piece,
show teeth,
show these,
show very,
snow geese,
snow peas,
south by,
south these,
south three,
stout teeth,
throughout my,
town by,
wrought by,
your real,
bows the knee,
gauze weave,
hours by,
hours each,
hours they,
know each,
roused by,
class i,
from my,
fuad i,
job by,
john i,
john i.,
law by,
paul i,
saw my,
shall lie,
than i.,
though by


3 syllables:
ao di,
enough by,
tao chi,
about by,
about each,
about my,
about why,
cacao bean,
cacao tree,
endowed by,
enough beauty,
enough peace,
enough piece,
enough sheep,
enough teeth,
enough theme,
enough these,
enough three,
enough wheat,
power by,
power they,
aroused by,
powers by,
ascot tie,
fortran i,
omar i


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