Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with audibly:

3 syllables:
broad degree,
law degree,
claude killy,
though fifty,
though guilty,
walking by,
though dimly,
though simply,
audit these,
boris i,
broad indeed,
drawing by,
or decree,
or degree,
small degree,
strong degree,
though kindly,
walking leaf,
thought billy,
corde ecclesiae,
paul ii,
war ii,
claude henri,
cross safely,
though fairly,
though lately,
though merely,
though poorly,
bored silly,
called billy,
called villi,
thought guilty,
thought indeed

4 syllables:
accord ingly,
along nicely,
scoring highly,
walking early,
withdraw quickly,
because billy,
before billy,
enough degree

5 syllables:
belonging wholly,
exploring early

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