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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vat dye:

2 syllables:
but died,
but high,
get eye,
get high,
shut eye,
kam tai,
yen tai,
can buy,
leg bye,
runs high,
some guy,
but five,
but give,
but life,
but like,
but live,
but might,
but mine,
but right,
but while,
but white,
cut line,
cut pile,
front thigh,
get right,
get wise,
has died,
has high,
let fly,
let ride,
man died,
man dies,
men died,
must buy,
nut pine,
put right,
ran high,
rugged height,
run high,
s. s. van dine,
s s van dine,
some high,
such high,
throughput while,
up high,
van dyke,
was high,
when high,
but time,
cut time,
flood height,
hla type,
just died,
let drive,
sharad dighe,
shut eyes,
blood ties,
blood type,
flood tide,
held high,
its high,
piled high,
blood dried,
blood drive,
blood line,
blood might,
blood right,
blood while,
blood white,
can type,
clung tight,
clutched tight,
cup ties,
dutch tile,
flood light,
flood might,
gas tight,
gel time,
has time


3 syllables:
asset might,
asset while,
asset write,
emit light,
under high,
acid dyes,
added height,
extra tight,
extra time,
on a dime,
acid tide,
added light,
added right,
added while,
added white,
adult height,
become tight,
buddy guy,
ended right,
ended while,
extra drive


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