Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rapidly:

3 syllables:
acad sci,
apple key,
apple pie,
happen by,
basel i,
cap a pie,
paschal i,
rapid scene,
staff fully,
valid lease,
maggot pie,
allen key,
battle by,
classes by,
damage by,
fallen by,
fashion by,
hang a louie,
harold i,
nation by,
passes by,
shall agree,
staff agree,
status by,
travel by,
abbas i,
apple tree,
had lately,
acted by,
alleged by,
arab league,
baffled by,
classes league,
damaged by,
dazzled by,
drafted by,
fashioned by,
fastened by,
granted by,
had as lief,
happen these,
happen three,
jacob leese,
mack connie,
match supply,
pallid cheek,
placid beauty,
placid scene,
planted by,
saddened by,
sample by,
sappa creek,
shall humbly,
shall safely,
shall supply,
that lovely,
that supply,
traveled by,
travelled by,
valid piece

4 syllables:
rapid early,
adapted by,
happen early,
apple daily,
apple ii,
happen daily,
happened early,
japan agree,
habit early,
apple annie,
attracted by,
baron larrey,
battle early,
calla lily,
canna lily,
classes early,
commanded by,
contacted by,
dacus oleae,
damage early,
enacted by,
enchanted by,
examined by,
example by,
expanded by,
extracted by,
fallen early,
hannah cowley,
hannah woolley,
jacob bailey,
kallidin i,
passes wholly,
reacted by,
sarah gailey,
sarah hanley,
status early,
stratton hawley,
supplanted by

5 syllables:
savannah daily,
fergana valley

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