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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sloppy:

5 letters:
zog i


6 letters:
job by,
fuad i,
john i,
god by,
got by,
not by,
got my,
not my,
omar i,
rabi i,
otho i


7 letters:
from my,
john i.,
whom my,
drop by,
pot pie,
stop by,
both by,
cobb ty,
dog bee,
shot by,
spot by,
both my,
hog tie,
hot key,
john vi,
not die,
not eat,
not lie,
not see,
not shy,
not thy,
not try,
not why,
part i.,
wash my


8 letters:
cause by,
stock by,
far they,
from thy,
god they,
huang di,
huang ti,
john dee,
not heal,
not heed,
not they,
not tied,
rock eel,
star key,
tar heel,
watch my,
comp sci,
drops by,
hop tree,
stops by,
kiang si


9 letters:
marred by,
cause why,
dot the i,
from each,
from heat,
from thee,
not teach,
star read,
swat team,
watch key,
whom they,
capped by,
drop keel,
drop leaf,
drop seat,
drop seed,
far piece,
stop sign,
swap meet,
ascot tie,
poppy bee


10 letters:
squash pie,
both these,
cause they,
john dewey,
knock knee,
drop scene,
dropped by,
stopped by,
tamale pie,
passage by,
valdemar i


11 letters:
prof. dewey,
popped knee,
sharp piece,
stock piece


12 letters:
capped teeth,
square piece


13 letters:
bizarre scene,
declare peace


14 letters:
whereupon they,
bizarre speech


Some other possibilities:

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