Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with culinary art:

3 syllables:
gary hart,
merry heart,
weary heart,
heavy heart,
steady heart,
merry hearts,
weary hearts,
fiery heart,
any part,
ferry docked,
healthy heart,
heavy hearts,
jerry watched,
larry watched,
marie watched,
terry watched,
barry smart,
carry cot,
carry parts,
hairy parts,
larry martz,
scary parts,
series chart,
bloody heart,
silly heart,
pretty hard,
any cost,
any harm,
belly shalt,
eddie watched,
jenny watched,
jessie watched,
kelly watched,
pretty harsh,
pretty shocked,
carry out,
carry short,
fairy court,
narrow heart,
any marked,
berry argues,
between heart,
carry arms,
carry charge,
carry costs,
carry large,
dairy barn,
dairy farm,
empty heart,
fairly argue,
fairly harsh,
fairly knocked,
ferry wharf,
fleshy parts,
friendly heart,
healthy hearts,
heavy carts,
heavy parts,
henry harvey,
henry watched,
jerry stopped,
jerry wants,
larry stopped,
marie stopped

4 syllables:
primary heart,
primary host,
every heart,
library giant,
primary hosts,
library are,
primary parts,
serious heart,
library at,
library ought,
plenary court,
primary court,
library card,
asbury park,
binary large,
canary wharf,
carry aloft,
celery hearts,
dairy areas,
every part,
hairy areas,
library costs,
library stocked,
library wants,
macquarie harbour,
maria watched

5 syllables:
necessary part,
necessary not,
necessary parts,
necessary start,
commissary court,
necessary at,
necessary court,
necessary short,
binary logit,
library areas

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