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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with abide by:

2 syllables:
hide my,
hive bee,
side they,
wild bee,
light they,
might die,
might lie,
might see,
might they,
might try,
night they,
right knee,
white lie,
write my,
clive dewey,
fly worry,
give my,
give thee,
give very,
life sci,
life they,
like my,
like they,
price they,
sind die,
sine die,
spike lee,
time they,
type vi,
while my,
while they,
wine whey,
bright beauty,
light beam,
light beige,
type i,
white beach,
white bead,
white bean,
white beauty,
white beech,
white tie,
buy my,
cried jeanne,
cried three,
dried cheese,
dried meat,
dried sheep,
dried wheat,
eye fi,
find my,
find they,
guide sheet,
guide these,
guide wheel,
high key,
hive bees,
keyes beech,
mind my,
prime beef,
side meat,
side wheel,
tai chi,
time been,
time my,
tried these,
tried three,
wind tee,
dried beans,
high beam,
lined beach


3 syllables:
briefly three,
chiefly three,
forgive my,
provide peace,
admire beauty,
aside roughly,
aside these,
aside three,
combine beauty,
decide these,
defied these,
define beauty,
divide roughly,
divide these,
divide three,
divine beauty,
provide cheap,
provide roughly,
provide these,
provide three,
sublime beauty,
supplied cheap,
supplied these,
supplied three,
zuyder zee,
combined beauty,
defined beauty,
describe each


4 syllables:
zuider zee


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