Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with envoy:

7 letters:
sex toy,
bum boy,
big boy,
bus boy,
his boy,
his joy,
any boy

8 letters:
bell boy,
head boy,
rent boy,
can buoy,
dan buoy,
nun buoy,
air foil,
best boy,
dead oil,
hair oil,
bill joy,
dear boy,
good boy,
kill joy,
nut buoy,
poor boy,
this boy,
with joy

9 letters:
bell buoy,
benne oil,
air poise,
rent boys,
ring buoy,
young boy,
teddy boy,
their joy,
any noise,
bevin boy,
acuff roy,
heavy oil

10 letters:
head voice,
bell buoys,
pretty boy,
any choice,
fennel oil,
office boy

11 letters:
dread voice,
fresh voice,
tense voice,
where noise,
chest voice,
dared voice,
dense soils,
edged voice,
welsh voice,
express joy,
tenor voice,
janet lloyd,
carry voice,
eerie voice,
heavy voice,
merry voice,
their voice,
weary voice

12 letters:
fresh choice,
where choice,
friend joyce,
friend lloyd,
scared voice,
solemn voice,
excess noise,
marcel moyse,
better voice,
direct voice,
mellow voice,
pretty voice,
steady voice,
serene voice,
tender voice

13 letters:
success spoil,
breathy voice,
perfect voice,
prevent noise,
primary voice

14 letters:
express choice,
suppress noise

15 letters:
babette deutsch

16 letters:
suppressed voice,
aggressive voice

17 letters:
progressive voice

Some other possibilities:

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