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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with irony:

2 syllables:
great journey,
her knee,
rough journey,
stern knee,
the briny,
the journey,
tough journey


3 syllables:
fire by,
pyle ernie,
bright early,
drive early,
dryer sheet,
fire tree,
fire wheel,
fired by,
higher early,
hired by,
light early,
minor key,
night early,
prior lease,
prior three,
quite early,
right early,
strike early,
style early,
tried early,
while early,
write early,
zuyder zee,
buyer needs,
might hurry,
might journey,
night journey,
layer by,
a journey,
a tiny,
buy any,
stage journey,
buyer means,
knife firmly,
prior means,
buyer feels,
buyer seeks,
child early,
crime worthy


4 syllables:
entire early,
retire early,
acquire early,
acquired by,
arrive early,
aside early,
decide early,
decline early,
define early,
describe early,
design early,
desired by,
entire beach,
entire earthly,
entire leaf,
entire league,
entire lease,
entire peace,
entire piece,
entire realm,
entire scene,
entire sheet,
entire theme,
entire three,
entire wheat,
entire wheel,
fired hurry,
provide early,
survive early,
unlike early,
zuider zee,
entire needs,
iron heel,
entire marine,
acquired these,
acquired three,
acquires these,
arrived early,
arrives early,
ayaan hirsi,
briefly surveys,
buyer agree,
defined early,
described early,
describes early,
designed early,
desire mercy


5 syllables:
families early,
entire journey,
entire money,
entire army,
entire movie,
acquired early,
advisory fee


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See irony used in context: 14 poetry verses, 12 definitions

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