Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chapati:

3 syllables:
black coffee,
grass hockey,
shall wholly,
grass poly,
lap choly,
black party,
chaque partie,
class party,
kapok tree,
sangh party,
staff party,
stag party,
that party,
hot totty,
slap happy,
palm toddy,
at only,
back only,
black areas,
black molly,
brass coffee,
cash johnny,
cash only,
class areas,
drank coffee,
glass areas,
glass coffee,
grass areas,
had only,
passed wholly,
shall only,
stack areas,
staff areas,
stand wholly,
surat thani,
than only,
that army,
that only,
black patti,
though party,
top totty,
at monte,
caps lock key,
dragon teeth,
dragon tree,
jacques tati,
langue latine,
mapped areas,
brown noddy,
hot toddy,
back alley,
ball hockey,
chaque annee,
drawn wholly,
flash harry,
haidar ali,
not wholly,
or wholly,
small lobby,
staff happy,
than happy,
that happy,
that harry,
thought tommy,
thought wholly,
and party,
at parties,
branch party,
class parties,
dance party,
draft party,
ghadr party,
grand party,
grande partie,
kapok trees

4 syllables:
a$ap rocky,
combat areas,
decaf coffee,
japan lobby,
manner wholly,
matter wholly,
nature wholly,
sallie holley,
bourgeois party,
enough party,
untapped areas,
belong wholly,
enough coffee,
horace holley,
advance party,
allow party,
attacked party,
ba'ath party,
detached party,
falange party,
happy party,
latter party

5 syllables:
embassy party,
embassy parties

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