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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dewberry:

3 syllables:
blue berry,
du barry,
blue belly,
you carry,
you marry,
new penny,
choose any,
new delhi,
use any,
you deny,
blue-eyed mary,
blue eyed mary,
knew any,
louise marie,
new series,
prune belly,
smooth belly,
the tooth fairy,
too heavy,
views carry,
you any,
you married,
tubes carry,
blue billy,
choose healthy,
fruit jelly,
mule jenny,
used any,
juba i,
goose prairie,
group entry,
group merely,
group series,
groups carry,
jules ferry,
jules henri,
jules henry,
louise married,
louise varese,
prove fairly,
prove merely,
root caries,
school entry,
school merely,
school series,
schools carry,
smooth entry,
tooth fairies,
tooth series,
truth merely


4 syllables:
assume any,
assume heavy,
exclude any,
produce any,
produce heavy,
reduce heavy,
remove any,
remove heavy,
assume merely,
consume dairy,
review series,
produce berries,
super heavy,
doing any,
doing heavy,
produce healthy,
produce steady,
produced any,
produced heavy,
review denied,
cooper gary,
lewis sperry,
beulah marie,
cartoon series,
combtooth blenny,
diffuse series,
ensue between,
fewer married,
future henry,
julie marie,
lewis henry,
louis henri,
louis henry,
louis marie,
preclude entry,
produce fairly,
produce merely,
reduce caries,
reduce entry,
refuse entry,
review between,
rousseau henri,
taboo between,
truly henry


5 syllables:
unduly heavy,
molecules carry,
producer jerry


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