Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with barberry:

3 syllables:
car ferry,
john barry,
thon buri,
bob cherry,
dog weary,
giant hairy,
heart heavy,
john kerry,
large heavy,
not carry,
not marry,
not vary,
pot belly,
scarce any,
star jelly,
clark terry,
from mary,
knotts berry,
large dairy,
lothair i,
marse henry,
charles barry,
charles berry,
square belfry,
caused heavy,
from delhi,
john rennie,
lost any,
not deny,
want any,
watch telly,
claude berri,
for mary,
gall berry,
gor belly,
graham berry,
grouse berry,
moss berry,
or carry,
war weary,
prof. petrie,
top heavy,
cause any,
cause heavy,
cause merely,
caused henry,
charged heavy,
comte henri,
dobbs ferry,
france henry,
from any,
from heavy,
got any,
got married,
heart healthy,
hearts heavy,
knox henry,
large eddies,
not any,
not fairly,
not married,
not merely,
popped cherry,
pot bellied,
quant mary,
scott married,
shalt carry,
shops carry

4 syllables:
o'clock ferry,
compare fairly,
father barry,
holly berry,
madame marie,
nabih berri,
oso berry,
compare henry,
martha berry,
adopt any,
vermont teddy,
absorb heavy,
donna marie,
father carry,
father jerry,
father marie,
father therry,
females carry,
gonna carry,
gonna marry,
hollow belly,
lyon mary,
madame therese,
passage merely,
response series,
robert terry,
roger therry,
sarwo edhie,
sonny terry

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