Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with far cry:

2 syllables:
mark by,
mark my,
par three,
square three,
star key,
art by,
art my,
block three,
bob cousy,
both very,
card key,
cause three,
cause worry,
charge by,
charles i,
charles i.,
charles xi,
from free,
from three,
from tree,
from very,
god tree,
got three,
got very,
hard by,
heart by,
hop tree,
knock three,
march by,
month three,
not dry,
not free,
not three,
not very,
not worry,
part by,
part they,
part vi,
scot free,
shot free,
start by,
stock three,
top three,
watch three,
square green,
charge three,
dark meat,
dark sky,
heart three,
hot key,
knock knee,
larch tree,
large three,
large tree,
larks heel,
larvae reach,
lodge creek,
march three,
marked by,
not try,
parse tree,
part i.,
part three,
quark cheese,
scarce three,
scott creek,
shark teeth,
sparked by,
stark beauty,
start three,
stock by,
watch key,
bar screen,
barked trees,
car keys,
choir screen,
clark reached,
dark green,
large creek,
marked three,
marked trees,
marsh creek,
ophir creek

3 syllables:
compare three,
declare three,
prepare three,
apart by,
embrace three,
o'clock three,
passage three,
apart three,
borrow three,
declare clean,
prepare brief,
regard three,
remarked by,
remarks by,
barrow creek,
omar i

4 syllables:
souari tree

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