Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crabtree:

5 letters:
at by,
at my

6 letters:
act by,
at key,
at thy

7 letters:
and dry,
alt key,
at very,
cast by,
fact by,
fast by,
last by,
pan fry,
past by,
past my,
and try

8 letters:
pad tree,
hat tree,
at three,
fat free,
had free,
had very,
plant by,
flat fee

9 letters:
trap tree,
jack tree,
sack tree,
shall try,
that tree,
backed by,
fact they,
had three,
last they,
passed by,
passed my,
tack free,
that free,
that very,
ash trees,
black tie,
glass tty,
hand tree,
vacant by

10 letters:
grabbed my,
trapped by,
matched by,
staffed by,
tant mieux,
than three,
that three,
last three,
contact by

11 letters:
marang tree,
black three,
catch three,
class three,
glass three,
match three,
shall worry,
stack three,
staff three,
track three,
black trees,
class tries,
grant three,
grass trees,
attached by,
attacked by,
harassed by,
japan three,
exact three,
mammee tree

12 letters:
rapped three,
tapped three,
class street,
lacked three,
attach three,
attack three,
surpassed by,
attack trees

13 letters:
grabbed three,
stabbed three,
wrapped three,
cracked three,
contact three,
extract three

14 letters:
red-black tree,
abstract realm,
abstract three,
attached three,
attacked three,
attacked trees,
detached three

Some other possibilities:

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