Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with foveae:

2 syllables:
blow by,
bow knee,
bow tie,
cow pie,
do by,
do my,
do see,
do they,
flow by,
go by,
go see,
grow by,
ho chi,
how my,
how they,
lo fi,
low by,
low fi,
low key,
mo ti,
mo zi,
now by,
now my,
now see,
now they,
now why,
one knee,
owe my,
so by,
so my,
so they,
so why,
to by,
to die,
to lie,
to my,
to see,
to thee,
to thy,
to tie,
to why,
two by,
two key,
who by,
who die,
who see,
who they,
do i.,
do very,
eau de vie,
eaux de vie,
go very,
grow very,
how very,
no. i.,
no very,
now very,
so very,
to very,
two very,
blow dry,
blown by,
bo peep,
bo tree,
bow piece,
bow the knee,
bowed knee,
broke my,
close by,
close my,
cmo reit,
co sign,
coat tree,
code by,
could die,
cow meat,
cow tree,
cow wheat,
do feel,
do mean,
do need,
do re mi,
do seem,
do these,
do try,
does by,
does each,
does my

3 syllables:
unto my,
unto thee,
unto thy,
above by,
above each,
above my,
leo vi,
alone by,
alone they,
approach by,
approach each,
denote by

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