Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with glossary:

3 syllables:
though weary,
moss berry,
broad heavy,
drawn heavy,
for any,
for heavy,
nor any,
or any,
or heavy,
though shelley,
thought eddie,
claude berri,
claude henri,
coarse heavy,
draw any,
for henry,
for mary,
gall berry,
or carry,
or semi,
saw any,
small dairy,
though fairly,
though heavy,
though married,
though merely,
though steady,
thought henry,
thought jerry,
thought larry,
thought marie,
war weary,
broad series,
course carry,
course henry,
course series,
force series,
horse carry,
long series,
or series,
small series,
source series,
though henry,
thought series,
thoughts carry,
black hairy,
brown hairy,
from mary,
lothair i,
pass any,
falls heavy,
called heavy,
claude gellee,
for healthy,
form any,
gor belly,
j. paul getty,
more healthy,
or deny,
quart heavy,
short heavy,
strong healthy,
though denied,
though pretty,
though wealthy,
thought betty,
thought jenny,
grouse berry,
house henry

4 syllables:
because any,
because heavy,
along any,
among heavy,
before any,
before heavy,
because henry,
because jerry,
because larry,
because marie,
along cherry,
among dairy,
before henry,
soeur marie,
madame marie,
absorb heavy,
among healthy,
among petty,
before delhi,
drawing heavy,
longer any,
perform any,
perform heavy,
prolonged heavy,
report any,
report heavy,
restore healthy,
support any,
support heavy,
transport heavy,
bizarre series

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