Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lazily:

3 syllables:
basil i,
data by,
data they,
olaf i,
olav i,
thomas y.,
cause money,
donald dewey,
drama league,
gonna leave,
gotta leave,
harald i,
hard alee,
model by,
naval league,
not fully,
novel by,
osman i,
wanna leave,
basel i,
paschal i,
cause any,
cause heavy,
staff fully,
though fully,
chosen by,
losses by,
block chevy,
bottom heat,
clara reeve,
clara wieck,
cob money,
common by,
common eel,
common fee,
conrad i,
cop a feel,
cottage pie,
data sheet,
fava bean,
gonna teach,
gotta worry,
hot money,
java bean,
kaka beak,
knock rummy,
mahwa tree,
not achieve,
not agree,
not appeal,
not funny,
not money,
often by,
often need,
often see,
often they,
othman i,
police seize,
snob appeal,
stock money,
stolen by,
strada reale,
swollen knees,
thomas dewey,
cause early,
cause highly,
basil leaves,
most fully,
not safely,
not supply,
scarce supply,
stock supply

4 syllables:
canada by,
embrace fully,
awful hurry,
madame helene,
prepare fully,
waza ari,
causes early,
causes wholly,
enough fully,
madame sophie,
brama raii,
canada dry,
canada geese,
canada these,
canada three,
lusaka peace,
mata hari,
olaf ii,
olav ii,
passage money,
rama vii,
rapa nui,
chosen early,
colossal piece,
losses early

5 syllables:
canada early,
aligarh college

6 syllables:
shibusawa eiichi

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