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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with weekly:

6 letters:
by lee,
by dry,
eat my


7 letters:
week by,
gri gri,
been by,
been my,
by free,
by jury,
by shri,
by very,
each by,
feel my,
feet by,
heat by,
keep my,
mean by,
meet my,
my very,
need my,
read by,
read my,
seat by,
seen by,
seen my


8 letters:
they cry,
they lie,
bee tree,
by three,
creep by,
freed by,
leave by,
leave my,
meat pie,
my three,
peace by,
piece by,
scene by,
see very,
sleep by,
speed by,
these by,
these my,
they try,
areas by,
ideas by


9 letters:
three ply,
week they,
dry clean,
greek key,
three key,
bleed dry,
by the by,
feel they,
free tree,
green fee,
mean they,
peach pie,
queen bee,
scheme by,
see three,
speech by,
street by,
these key,
they very,
agreed by,
akee tree,
appeal by,
defeat by,
relief by


10 letters:
by the lee,
very clean,
cheese pie,
squeeze by,
these they,
areas they,
believe my,
college by,
decreed by,
delete key,
ideas they,
proceed by,
receive my,
release by


11 letters:
rouly pouly,
louie louie,
shree shree,
teeth three,
oblique lie,
complete by,
complete my,
decrease by


12 letters:
greek league,
oblique leaf,
believe they,
degree three


13 letters:
speak roughly,
beauty beauty,
roughly three,
agree roughly


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