Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with buday:

2 syllables:
blue clay,
blue gray,
blue grey,
blue ray,
blu ray,
bruce gray,
clew bay,
coos bay,
cou day,
crude way,
cruz bay,
dooms day,
du fay,
few may,
few stray,
foods may,
food day,
food may,
food they,
goose bay,
gould jay,
groups may,
groups they,
group may,
group they,
hu pei,
knew they,
liu bei,
liu che,
lose way,
moon bay,
moon day,
moon ray,
new day,
new play,
new way,
peut ĂȘtre,
pool play,
prove they,
que hay,
room may,
room they,
route lay,
rules may,
rule may,
rule they,
schools may,
school may,
school play,
school they,
soon they,
through may,
through play,
thru may,
tools they,
too may,
to clay,
to day,
to gay,
to gray,
to grey,
to lay,
to may,
to pay,
to play,
to pray,
to prey,
to ray,
to slay,
to spray,
to stay,
to stray,
to sway,
to weigh,
true ray,
true way,
truth may,
truth they,
tube may,
two dae,
two may,
two way,
used may,
use may,
use they,
views may,
view may,
view they,
whom may,
whom they,
who dey,
who lay,
who may,
who pay,
who play,
who say,
who stay,
who they,
you lay,
you may,
you pay,
you play,
you pray,
you say,
you stay,
you they,
you weigh,
yueh fei,
yu wei

3 syllables:
abuse may,
assumed they,
assume they,
costume play,
into play

4 syllables:
afternoon they,
iko uwais

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