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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with spaghetti:

3 syllables:
back any,
black hairy,
lack any,
add any,
at any,
had any,
hang heavy,
pass any,
shall any,
than any,
that any,
that heavy,
what any,
again by,
again see,
again they,
class petty,
ask any,
black cherry,
frank kelley,
frank kelly,
jack benny,
lacked any,
shall carry,
staff carry,
takes heavy,
that carry,
and any,
and heavy,
anne marie,
at delhi,
bad fairy,
bad penny,
graham berry,
graham parry,
had denied,
halle berry,
hangs heavy,
pratt ferry,
range heavy,
shall escheat,
shall marry,
shall tarry,
shall weary,
stand heavy,
that henry,
that mary,
that vary,
j. paul getty,
maggot pie,
stack empty,
stack entry,
thank betty,
again been,
again leave,
again needs,
again reach,
again roughly,
again these,
again three,
at twenty,
cache entry,
class entry,
frank gehry,
gannett peak,
glass empty,
glass entry,
glass petri,
graham petrie,
lanseh tree,
planet three,
planet wheel,
shall empty,
shall esteem,
that pretty,
that twenty,
mack connie,
thought eddie,
abbas i,
basel i


4 syllables:
attack healthy,
exact heavy,
allow any,
allow heavy,
rather eerie,
rather heavy,
again early,
again happy,
again highly,
again wholly,
dragging heavy,
rather petty,
about any,
along any,
among heavy,
because any,
because heavy,
before any


5 syllables:
abraham married,
really heavy


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