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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lordy:

2 syllables:
or die,
all die,
auch die,
auf die,
door by,
for by,
for key,
for my,
for thee,
for they,
for thy,
for why,
george i,
george i.,
more by,
more they,
nor by,
nor my,
or by,
or key,
or lie,
or my,
or see,
or they,
or why,
sore knee,
store by,
though roughly,
war by,
war they,
board by,
bored by,
for deep,
for dry,
george dewey,
lord by,
lord thy,
or deed,
or deep,
or dry,
scored by,
stored by,
war i.,
cross tie,
raw beauty,
salt i,
though beauty,
all by,
all my,
all see,
all they,
all thy,
awed by,
boss key,
call by,
call my,
caught by,
caught my,
drawn by,
fall by,
fault tree,
fought by,
gone by,
half by,
half my,
kong zi,
laws by,
long by,
long they,
loss by,
naut mi,
paul vi,
saw three,
small fee,
song by,
sought by,
talk by,
taught by,
though three,
though very,
thought by,
thought my,
thought they,
walk by


3 syllables:
before by,
before my,
before thee,
before they,
encore mieux,
favour by,
do or die,
record by,
along by,
among my,
assault by,
because by,
because my,
because they


4 syllables:
perigord pie


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