Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with majority:

3 syllables:
chief deity,
judge duffy,
judge mcghee,
buttressed by,
judge relied,
dutch money,
fuck buddy,
hush money,
hush puppy,
much money,
such money,
blood money,
but money,
can fully,
chief money,
douglas mckie,
dumb bunny,
duncan i,
fun money,
get lucky,
get money,
glove money,
has fully,
lon chaney,
mud puppy,
put money,
rural money,
sprung fully,
struck lucky,
was fully,
was funny,
was lucky,
was money,
when fully,
when money,
young puppy,
judge richey,
judge dundy,
russia by,
such duties,
such relief,
bas relief,
blood safety,
but lately,
can receive,
can repeat,
chief duties,
chief mufti,
comb honey,
drug safety,
flood relief,
has lately,
has relied,
judge mckean,
plumcot tree,
rural relief,
some money,
some relief,
stress fatigue,
stress lately,
stress relief,
stress relieve,
then repeat,
thumb safety,
truck safety,
trumpet tree,
twice lately,
vedra beach,
was lately,
judge pretty,
can greatly,
has greatly

4 syllables:
added drily,
become rusty,
uncle buddy,
added money,
alice tully,
asset money,
become fully,
office fully,
office money,
unless fully,
unless money,
urban money,
become muddy,
added safety,
become privy,
extra money,
major money,
office duties,
sea duty,
unless relief,
urban safety,
added duties,
added greatly,
become greatly,
become multi,
extra duties,
extra fatigue,
extra safety

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