Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with eparchy:

3 syllables:
dead donkey,
air hockey,
cette partie,
czech party,
delle parti,
faire partie,
fresh party,
press party,
sledge party,
swell party,
where party,
steppe areas,
message by,
met only,
method by,
them only,
where only,
yet only,
be a party,
la partie,
death rarely,
french army,
fresh armies,
press hardly,
press rarely,
spence hardy,
where charlie,
where hardly,
check areas,
czech parties,
dress party,
fledged party,
flesh areas,
french party,
fresh areas,
fresh parsley,
gregg araki,
guelph party,
hedge parsley,
press parties,
rent party,
sledge parties,
slept hardly,
stressed areas,
tenth party,
threat areas,
wealth party,
welsh party,
where areas,
where parties

4 syllables:
cadet party,
kadet party,
progress party,
repair party,
tea party,
uncle archie,
michele barbi,
hotel garni,
hotel lobby,
motel lobby,
their army,
accept party,
access areas,
affect party,
any party,
arena party,
assess areas,
attend party,
compel parties,
defense party,
direct party,
except charlie,
except rarely,
fellow party,
lesser party,
merry party,
narrow party,
oppressed party,
perfect party,
petty party,
pleasure party,
recent party,
repair areas,
repair parties,
select party,
stretcher party,
success partly,
their party,
transcend party,
weary party,
whether party,
appear rarely

5 syllables:
professor hardy,
nondebtor party,
premiere partie,
premiere party,
primary party,
successor party,
surveying party

6 syllables:
necessary party

Some other possibilities:

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