Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with make merry:

3 syllables:
ave mary,
bain marie,
hail mary,
said mary,
may carry,
faith berry,
grape berry,
makes any,
makes heavy,
male berry,
scale dairy,
state dairy,
train ferry,
bains marie,
claim any,
eight married,
faith merely,
grace married,
have married,
have merely,
makes henry,
may vary,
named marie,
phrase merely,
place merely,
plays merely,
saint marie,
saint mary,
sainte marie,
space merely,
stage merely,
state merely,
stayed married,
stays married,
take any,
trade merely,
claim merely,
may merely,
weighed heavy,
change any,
faced heavy,
grace kelly,
grape jelly,
named debbie,
named eddie,
placed heavy,
waste any,
cried marie,
might marry,
stake money,
take money,
while marie,
case any,
crane prairie

4 syllables:
today carry,
always carry,
became weary,
always merely,
became heavy,
contain merely,
exclaimed marie,
female married,
lady mary,
later marry,
remain married,
remain merely,
baker married,
became henry,
became merely,
today merely,
contained heavy,
contains heavy,
entailed heavy,
entails heavy,
montagne pelee,
remained heavy,
sustained heavy,
contain any,
contain heavy,
making any,
making heavy,
obtain any,
sustain heavy,
taken any,
taken heavy,
taking any,
taking heavy,
always fairly,
always heavy,
became fairly,
became wearied,
behave fairly,
campaign series,
caper berry,
contain fairly,
create any,
create heavy

5 syllables:
japanese cherry,
japanese fairy,
aggregate series

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