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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with deity:

3 syllables:
beach buggy,
beach bunny,
be doubly,
be funny,
be hungry,
be justly,
be lovely,
be lucky,
be roughly,
ceiba tree,
cheap monday,
cheated me,
chief mufti,
crème brulée,
deedle dee,
de lovely,
each country,
each study,
east dundee,
east molesey,
ea ci,
emap e,
e money,
feel funny,
feel hungry,
feel lucky,
field study,
free country,
gina g,
green country,
green gully,
greeted me,
g money,
he bluntly,
inga tree,
jean dupuy,
jesus tree,
jiatf e,
keith albee,
keith ferrazzi,
key money,
leaf monkey,
least monthly,
least roughly,
lisa see,
mean monthly,
me money,
mri study,
nea he,
needed me,
need money,
nisa p,
peanut free,
peepul tree,
people be,
people he,
people see,
people she,
people we,
pita fee,
p money,
real money,
reasons he,
reasons we,
reason he,
reason she,
reason we,
sea monkey,
secret key,
seed money,
siesta key,
ski bunny,
steel monkey,
stephen v,
street money,
st monday,
sweet honey,
teaches me,
tea money,
tina c,
treated me,
treatment he,
tweedle dee,
t money,
t nutty,
we agree,
we humbly,
we study

4 syllables:
agree agree,
amiga e,
asean free,
between money,
cartesian tree,
chinese money,
christine mcvie,
complete study,
convenience fee,
convenience we,
cristina vee,
ideas he,
ideas we,
idea he,
idea we,
okita soushi,
receive money,
secrete metory

5 syllables:
disagree agree,
dorothea e,
dvd multi,
european free

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