Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dong quai:

2 syllables:
bong eye,
hawk eye,
fall guy,
crossed eye,
hawks eye,
lord high,
or buy,
saw fly,
soft ai,
all high,
caught eye,
cross eye,
for high,
long fly,
long life,
long line,
long live,
long night,
long ride,
long sight,
long time,
long while,
long white,
more high,
or high,
strong fight,
strong knife,
strong light,
strong might,
strong right,
strong side,
strong thighs,
strong ties,
strong while,
strong white,
wall eye,
wrong light,
wrong might,
wrong night,
wrong right,
wrong side,
wrong time,
wrong while,
strong cries,
wrong height,
arc eye,
broad guide,
drawn right,
drawn sighs,
drawn tight,
drawn while,
drawn white,
gone live,
or give,
vault guide,
all died,
all five,
all might,
all night,
all nine,
all right,
all time,
all white,
all wise,
balk line

3 syllables:
among high,
azores high,
record high,
chiang kai,
along like,
along line,
along might,
along right,
along side,
along while,
along white,
among light,
among right,
among white,
along quite,
among quite,
belong quite,
chiang mai,
predawn light,
withdrawn while,
afore night,
all my eye,
almroth wright,
as of right,
assault might,
assault while,
because light,
because night,
because right,
because while,
because white,
before light,
before might,
before night,
before thine

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