Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with archery:

3 syllables:
march early,
john curry,
arthur lee,
harbor early,
harper lee,
not hurry,
start early,
steuart curry,
carl czerny,
karl czerny,
march thirty,
marched early,
starch slurry,
block varies,
cause worthy,
caused early,
doctor early,
dropped early,
france early,
from thirty,
from turkey,
locke clearly,
month early,
not worried,
not worthy,
ofthe early,
prof. perry,
stock varies,
stopped early,
tom turkey,
watts kearny,
charge varies,
arbor vitae,
argued early,
arthur keith,
arthur lourie,
cause early,
chartered by,
farmer cheese,
farther east,
father by,
father early,
from early,
harbor beach,
harbor lease,
harbor scene,
harbor seal,
harbor these,
heart varies,
larger piece,
larger realm,
larger scene,
larger sheet,
larger teeth,
larger theme,
larger these,
larger three,
larger wheel,
marked early,
marker gene,
occur by,
pasture sheep,
potter bee,
robert i,
roger touhy,
scarce thirty,
scarce worthy,
sharper teeth,
starts early,
stock early,
brown furry

4 syllables:
departure early,
ad hoc query,
arthur aughey,
depart early,
compare early,
departure scene,
prepare early,
depot journey,
awful hurry,
response early,
passage early,
another by,
another early,
another key,
another they,
arthur currie,
arthur hailey,
arthur holly,
awake early,
carter hawley,
czar peter i,
embarked early,
gerard murphy,
gotta hurry,
party early,
party hurried,
remark clearly

5 syllables:
potato curry,
alexander i

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