Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with glossology:

3 syllables:
all agree,
all money,
baldwin v,
balsam tree,
broad money,
call money,
cornel tree,
dog sulky,
door money,
doris lee,
dormant tree,
dorman tree,
false dmitry,
foreign key,
forest tree,
for country,
for money,
for multi,
for roughly,
for study,
george busby,
george humphrey,
gone country,
haunted me,
horned scully,
horse puckey,
horse pucky,
laura lee,
laurel tree,
long money,
lost money,
more bluntly,
more bulky,
more justly,
more money,
more study,
mormon tea,
morra di,
north country,
norton si,
office he,
often be,
often he,
often see,
often she,
often we,
oral b,
orange free,
orange g,
orange roughy,
orlande de,
or agree,
or country,
or money,
or monthly,
or multi,
or roughly,
or study,
or trustee,
oughta be,
paul dombey,
paul huxley,
porch monkey,
salton sea,
sauce suprême,
sausage tree,
sean duffy,
sean scully,
shortcut key,
short money,
small country,
small study,
songguk ri,
torsion free,
walk humbly,
warm fuzzy,
warm sunny,
warren g,
your bloody,
your buddy,
your country,
your lovely,
your lucky,
your money,
your monthly,
your puppy,
your study,
your tummy

4 syllables:
across country,
afforded me,
aurora leigh,
deforest lee,
extort money,
mcgeorge bundy,
pechora sea,
performance fee,
reward money,
supported me,
withdraw money

5 syllables:
sphenophorus zeae

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