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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ponte:

2 syllables:
huang ti,
john dee,
john dewey,
cobb ty,
hog tie,
john vi,
part i.,
john i,
john i.,
want my,
huang di,
from thee,
from thy,
not die,
prof. dewey,
whom they,
both by,
both my,
cause by,
cause they,
cause why,
dog bee,
dot the i,
drop by,
far they,
god by,
god they,
got by,
got my,
hot key,
knock knee,
marred by,
not by,
not lie,
not my,
not see,
not shy,
not they,
not thy,
not try,
not why,
pot pie,
shot by,
spot by,
squash pie,
star key,
stock by,
stop by,
wash my,
watch key,
watch my,
from my,
from tree,
fuad i,
whom my,
art by,
art my,
blocked by,
capped by,
capped teeth,
cock tease,
cost by,
dropped by,
france by,
god tree,
golf tee,
heart by,
hog tied,
hop tree,
job by,
john keane,
john leech,
john reed,
locked knee,
lost by,
lost my,
month by,
month these,
month three,
most by,
notched teeth,
once by,
once each,
once my,
once seen,
once they,
part by,
part they,
part vi,
popped knee


3 syllables:
whereupon they,
ascot tie,
kiang si,
passage by,
tamale pie,
respond by,
apart by,
bolo tie,
omar i,
otto i


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