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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with calvary:

3 syllables:
after he,
after me,
after she,
after tea,
after three,
after we,
albert lea,
alford plea,
al kurdi,
amber tree,
am firmly,
angered me,
anne marie,
anne murray,
ann marie,
answered me,
answer he,
answer key,
answer me,
at berkeley,
at derby,
at early,
at kearney,
at thirty,
azure b,
banks ernie,
black curly,
bladder tree,
cal berkeley,
camphor tree,
cap verde,
chapters vii,
chapters we,
chapter three,
chapter vii,
chapter viii,
chapter we,
chapter xi,
chapter xii,
chapter xvii,
chapter xviii,
dan gurney,
dan murphy,
factors we,
factor b,
factor d,
factor p,
factor tree,
factor v,
factor vii,
factor xi,
factor xii,
flatter me,
frank burty,
frank hurley,
frank murphy,
frank murray,
frank yerby,
grand mercy,
had early,
had thirty,
hands dirty,
hands firmly,
hand firmly,
have mercy,
jack kirby,
jack murray,
kap verde,
krasner lee,
last journey,
last thirty,
latter he,
latter three,
manner he,
manner we,
manper b,
master p,
matters he,
matter be,
matter he,
matter we,
past thirty,
rather be,
rather early,
rather he,
rather see,
rather we,
sand spurrey,
sand spurry,
sans merci,
saturn v,
stab worthy,
stand firmly,
stanford v,
strasberg lee,
than thirty,
that early,
that journey,
that marie,
that thirty,
that turkey,
trappers tea,
val verde

4 syllables:
began early,
hereafter be,
perhaps thirty,
thereafter be,
thereafter he

5 syllables:
alexander key,
alexander v,
steven avery

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