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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tapestry:

2 syllables:
wax tree,
grass tree,
lap streak,
trap tree,
and try,
dance three,
hand tree,
jacques three,
rapped three,
takes three,
tapped three,
tax free,
wrapped three,
crab tree,
ash tree,
back stream,
back street,
black streak,
black stream,
black street,
cast by,
class three,
danced three,
fast by,
glass three,
graham street,
hatch street,
jack tree,
last by,
last they,
marang tree,
pad tree,
palm tree,
passed by,
passed my,
past by,
past my,
pratt street,
red-black tree,
sack tree,
salle street,
shall stream,
shall try,
staff tree,
that stream,
thatch tree,
tradd street,
trapped by,
class street,
class tries,
damp dry,
glass tty,
grabbed three,
grass trees,
hat tree,
lambs fry,
lap streaked,
last three,
passed three,
past three,
scrap steel,
spans three,
stabbed three,
that tree,
and free,
and three,
and very,
asked by,
asked my,
asked why,
bagged three,
cracked three,
dragged three,
drank three,
flanked by,
grand jury,
grant three,
grasped by

3 syllables:
advance three,
advanced by,
enhanced by,
financed by,
advanced three,
also try,
anise tree,
apple tree,
camac street,
enhanced three,
harassed by,
kapok tree,
lanseh tree,
surpassed by,
abstract three,
attached three,
attacked three,
contact three,
detached three,
enhance beauty,
exact three,
extract three

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See tapestry used in context: 11 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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