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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fallacy:

2 syllables:
shall see


3 syllables:
abbas i,
basel i,
cap a pie,
mack connie,
paschal i,
staff fully,
acad sci,
allen key,
allen kneese,
anise seed,
class musci,
fallen by,
francis i,
francis i.,
shall achieve,
shall agree,
shall appeal,
shall fully,
status by,
balance by,
ballet scene,
shall besiege,
shall deceive,
shall receive,
olaf i,
olav i,
shall any,
classes by,
passes by,
apple key,
apple pie,
backup piece,
battle by,
black college,
black money,
brass money,
cap money,
cash money,
class appeal,
class money,
damage by,
fashion by,
flannel leaf,
grand duchy,
had a leak,
had fully,
had money,
hang a louie,
happen by,
harold i,
hat money,
mad money,
maggot pie,
mass appeal,
nation by,
ratchet teeth,
sprang fully,
staff agree,
than money,
that appeal,
that fully,
that money,
travel by,
what money,
police seize,
alleged by,
allen keys,
alpha geek,
alpha sheet,
anise seeds,
anise tree,
barren scene,
battle scene,
campus scene,
challenge by,
class receive,
fallen three


4 syllables:
amass money,
apple ii,
basel ii,
combat money,
extract honey,
gather honey,
hassan ii,
japan agree,
japan fully,
mahmud ii,
paschal ii,
solana beach,
marcellus i,
really see,
allow fully,
allow money,
alpha heavy,
brazen hussy,
calla lily,
dacus oleae,
damasus i,
fallen early


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