Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bola tie:

3 syllables:
how lucky,
so lucky,
so lately,
to a tee,
chroma key,
glowed dully,
no money,
now fully,
so fully,
so funny,
throw money,
to fully,
to money,
co ally,
cola seed,
do duty,
go awry,
how lovely,
no duty,
so lovely,
sprocket teeth,
stole money,
those lucky,
to cut teeth,
to duty,
to safety,
who am i,
whole duchy,
whole money,
wrote lately,
co lessee,
to levy,
close buddy,
loaded by,
noted by,
quoted by,
to redeem,
voted by,
broken by,
broken knees,
close fully,
coca leaf,
cow college,
do believe,
glowed dimly,
glowed eerily,
gross money,
joe college,
jonas lie,
known fully,
knows fully,
local league,
lose money,
low relief,
motion by,
no relief,
nota bene,
notice by,
now believe,
open by,
open my,
proven by,
shone dully,
showed dimly,
shown fully,
slope dummy,
so busy,
social bee,
soja bean,
spoken by,
stone money,
those funny,
throws money,
to believe,
to college,
to come by,
to deceive,
to defeat,
to delete,
to receive,
to relieve,
to repeat,
to supply

4 syllables:
comit ii,
pagoda tree,
unknown deity,
solar deity,
anno mundi,
denoted by,
encoded by,
promoted by,
above agree,
above money,
alone achieve,
alone fully,
approach fully,
dakota wheat,
i do believe,
lower money,
proposal by

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