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

2 syllables:
day my,
day they,
dnase i,
j'aime mieux,
may die,
may lie,
may my,
may see,
may they,
page i.,
pay my,
phase i,
pray thee,
said i.,
says i,
way my,
way they,
wei chi,
maybe they,
ray beam,
day peep,
stray piece,
age they,
bale tie,
base fee,
bay leaf,
bay tree,
case they,
chain tie,
chase scene,
claim they,
date tree,
day week,
days each,
days they,
eight teeth,
face each,
faith these,
game meat,
gave each,
gave my,
gay gene,
have each,
have heen,
have my,
have they,
have very,
james i,
james i.,
laid my,
late fee,
made each,
made my,
make each,
make my,
make thee,
may cease,
may deem,
may feel,
may keep,
may leave,
may mean,
may meet,
may need,
may reach,
may read,
may seek,
may seem,
may teach,
may tree,
may try,
may very,
name they,
paid my,
place each,
place my,
place they,
plate vi,
raise my,
said my,
said they,
save my,
says my,
says they


3 syllables:
away my,
away they,
became my,
today they,
afraid they,
allay these,
always see,
betray these,
defray these,
delay these,
explain my,
explain why,
gerade diese,
portray these,
relay league,
relay these


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