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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with get by:

2 syllables:
but my,
but see,
but they,
but try,
but why,
cut my,
la tène,
let lie,
let my,
let thy,
nut tree,
put my,
shut my,
gut tie,
mud pie,
stud fee,
can die,
can lie,
can see,
can they,
come see,
cup tie,
del rey,
done my,
gun shy,
has my,
hum vee,
love my,
love thee,
love thy,
man die,
man they,
men they,
much my,
much they,
non si,
rev. sci,
some key,
such they,
then my,
then see,
then they,
then why,
thus they,
tongue tie,
up my,
up they,
was my,
was they,
was why,
wen li,
wen ti,
when my,
when they,
ya rly,
sweat bee,
pet peeve,
buck bean,
but deep,
but feel,
but free,
but keep,
but leave,
but need,
but real,
but seem,
but these,
but three,
but very,
but weak,
can beat,
can try,
carob tree,
chaste tree,
chief beauty,
clove tree,
dl i,
drum beat,
faisal i,
faruk i,
front fee,
gen y,
greate deale,
gum tree,
gut feel


3 syllables:
as as pie,
extra dry,
alice dewey,
extra three,
uncle louie,
unless they,
urban vi,
added beauty,
cutie pie,
algol y,
become my,
busy bee,
cuckoo bee,
extent they,
extra treat



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