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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scot-free:

6 letters:
got by,
got my,
not by,
not my,
art by,
art my,
box by,
omar i


7 letters:
not cry,
not dry,
not try,
far cry,
hot key,
not die,
not lie,
not see,
not shy,
not thy,
not why,
pot pie,
shot by,
spot by


8 letters:
got very,
not very,
god tree,
golf tee,
hop tree,
fat free,
not they,
got feel,
not feed,
not feel,
not read,
not real,
card key,
apart by


9 letters:
scot free,
from free,
got three,
not three,
not worry,
cost free,
both very,
from tree,
from very,
par three,
top three,
that free,
dot the i,
not dream,
not reach,
not treat,
bob cousy,
capped by,
caused by,
a far cry,
roger fry,
ascot tie,
lothair i


10 letters:
from three,
not preach,
part three,
blocked by,
valdemar i


11 letters:
block three,
cause three,
cause worry,
knock three,
month three,
stock three,
watch three,
giant three,
heart three,
prof. dewey,
scott creek,
scott green,
start three,
adopt three,
apart three,
gotta worry,
potato tree,
papaya tree


12 letters:
scott schley,
square three,
tossed three,
washed three,
not to worry,
potato fries


13 letters:
dropped three,
knocked three,
stopped three,
watched three,
compare three,
declare three,
embrace three,
o'clock three,
passage three,
prepare three


Some other possibilities:

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