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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hopei:

2 syllables:
bone may,
both day,
both may,
both they,
close they,
clothes they,
coach k,
code may,
cold bay,
cold day,
cold gray,
cold grey,
cold k,
cold play,
cold spray,
cold tray,
co day,
co pay,
dose may,
fdo fe,
flow may,
folks say,
folk play,
goals may,
goals they,
goal may,
goes way,
go way,
gross pay,
growth may,
holds sway,
home may,
home pay,
home stay,
home they,
hoped they,
hope lay,
hope they,
ho fei,
knows they,
know they,
loans may,
low k,
low pay,
nodes may,
nose spray,
no day,
no hay,
no pay,
no play,
no say,
no way,
oak bay,
oat hay,
oh kay,
old bay,
old gray,
old grey,
old way,
own day,
own way,
o day,
o jay,
o ray,
o rei,
post day,
post gay,
post play,
pro day,
pro gay,
road lay,
road they,
roh tae,
roles may,
roles they,
role may,
role play,
role they,
rope way,
show day,
show they,
slope day,
slow k,
slow play,
slow ray,
snow day,
snow lay,
soul may,
so che,
so may,
so they,
stone gray,
stone grey,
tc oei,
those they,
though they,
told they,
toll way,
whole day,
whole may,
whole play,
whole they,
whole way

3 syllables:
ago they,
alone may,
alone they,
although they,
approach may,
control day,
control may,
munro day,
suppose they,
uno dei

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