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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with yesterday:

3 syllables:
red-letter day,
red letter day,
press survey,
vector array,
better days,
red-letter days,
red letter days,
air survey,
fresh survey,
member may,
winter day,
elder days,
less certain,
shared array,
centers have,
dense array,
edward dayes,
edward hayes,
enter name,
enter phase,
error may,
seller may,
sensor array,
vector shape,
welter weight,
guess today,
guest today,
press today,
better take,
chester state,
dread array,
press certain,
better faith,
better make,
better shape,
better ways,
better weight,
brewster place,
center aisle,
centered faith,
centre aisle,
chest surface,
chester place,
chester plays,
dexter base,
enter dates,
entered phase,
gloucester place,
lesser weight


4 syllables:
director may,
collector array,
detector array,
object array,
access array,
complex survey,
address certain,
preventer stay,
complex array,
direct survey,
director wayne,
directors have,
directors may,
effector phase,
project survey,
recent survey,
together weigh,
access today,
depressed today,
express today,
expressed today,
possess today,
progress today,
success today,
access certain,
arrest certain,
assess certain,
digest certain,
express certain,
expressed certain,
possess certain,
possessed certain,
request certain,
success certain,
suggests certain,
suppress certain,
suppressed certain,
center today,
centre today,
depressed surface,
detector arrays,
enter today,
except thursday,
excess surface,
express surface


5 syllables:
accessing array,
century heyday


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