Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pasty:

2 syllables:
black tie,
class by,
mass by,
pact i,
pass by,
shang ti,
cast by,
class i,
fast by,
grass tree,
last by,
last they,
passed by,
passed my,
past by,
past my,
paste eel,
and die,
and i.,
shall die,
ang lee,
ann lee,
ash key,
at by,
at key,
at my,
at thy,
back by,
back fee,
back knee,
back my,
bags i,
black bee,
catch my,
flat fee,
glad they,
had by,
had my,
had they,
hang by,
hat tree,
latch key,
map by,
path by,
plan by,
sat by,
shall by,
shall see,
shall they,
squab pie,
stat mi,
tab key,
than by,
than my,
than they,
that by,
that key,
that lee,
that lie,
that my,
that see,
that they,
that thy,
that tree,
that why,
what my,
what the hey,
what they,
wrap fee,
cross tie,
dass die,
act by,
alt key,
ant heap,
ash tree,
ask each,
ask my,
ask why,
back teeth,
backed by,
black beauty,
black teeth,
brass piece,
brass sheet,
brass sleeve,
brass wheel

3 syllables:
harassed by,
surpassed by,
i and i,
aback by,
attack by,
behalf by,
japan by,
advance by,
attached by,
attacked by,
attacks by,
basel i

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See pasty used in context: 1 rhyme, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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