Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with internee:

3 syllables:
in turkey,
winter they,
bring turkey,
dined early,
signed early,
spring journey,
tiring journey,
built early,
cousin percy,
flourished early,
his journey,
in thirty,
picked early,
quick journey,
since early,
swiss journey,
this journey,
with turkey,
dinner early,
in early,
prince turki,
since turkey,
swift journey,
victor i,
winter beach,
winter beauty,
winter league,
winter piece,
winter scene,
winter siege,
winter teal,
winter these,
winter three,
winter wheat,
being thirty,
being worthy,
bring thirty,
filled early,
killed early,
nichd early,
printer needs,
thing worthy,
things early,
think early,
winter needs,
bliss perry,
chris murphy,
enter my,
figure by,
his mercy,
his thirty,
is thirty,
is worthy,
its early,
picture by,
quick jerky,
rick perry,
sheer mercy,
skill worthy,
skills early,
still worthy,
swick perry,
there thirty,
there worthy,
this worthy,
were thirty,
were worthy,
with mercy,
years early,
center early,
enter early,
enter key,
front early,
glen burnie

4 syllables:
career journey,
conflict early,
predict early,
until turkey,
uphill journey,
berlin early,
convinced early,
inner journey,
into early,
minute early,
sister annie,
appear dirty,
appeared early,
asking mercy,
minute journey,
tintern abbey,
winter journey,
winter rainy,
appear worthy,
appears early,
familiar early,
until thirty,
consider my,
percent early,
prevent early,
prevent turkey

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