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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sneakily:

3 syllables:
they fully,
very fully,
beauty college,
by college,
creek college,
greek college,
my college,
speak fully,
three college,
by money,
china by,
free money,
key money,
my money,
queen honey,
ski bunny,
spy money,
sweet honey,
tina fey,
very funny,
very lucky,
legal fee,
legal lease,
steep gully,
beauty supply,
been fully,
china league,
evil by,
gleamed dully,
greek deity,
greek money,
knees fully,
my belief,
my lovely,
please supply,
scene fully,
sea by,
sea pie,
sleep fully,
surely believe,
they believe,
they relied,
they supply,
three lovely,
treat fully,
very finely,
very lovely,
greek belief,
greek relief,
green college,
league college,
leave college,
peace college,
reach college,
street college,
teach college,
thiel college,
very ugly,
weeks supply,
bly nellie,
k-y jelly,
my belly,
surely carry,
they carry,
three billy,
league agree,
beaten by


4 syllables:
agree fully,
degree college,
entry money,
maureen honey,
achieve fully,
adrian i,
agreed fully,
agrees fully,
area by,
believe fully,
believe verily,
china early,
chinese supply,
decrease supply,
expressly relied,
idea by,
idea why,
ideas fully,
receive fully,
succeed fully,
briar college,
chinese college,
college college,
complete college,
curry college,
drury college,
nazarene college,
receive college,
sea holly,
surrey college,
as sweet as pie


5 syllables:
mcmurry college


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