Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with monody:

2 syllables:
john dee,
john dewey

3 syllables:
conrad i,
donald dewey,
thomas y.,
basil i,
data by,
data they,
olaf i,
olav i,
gonna teach,
thomas dewey,
gonna leave,
harald i,
wanna leave,
wanted by,
wanted my,
tonic key,
cause money,
cob money,
common by,
common eel,
common fee,
drama league,
mahwa tree,
not money,
osman i,
othman i,
stock money,
block chevy,
bottom heat,
chosen by,
clara reeve,
clara wieck,
cop a feel,
cottage pie,
data sheet,
fava bean,
gotta leave,
gotta worry,
hard alee,
java bean,
kaka beak,
knock rummy,
losses by,
model by,
naval league,
not achieve,
not agree,
not appeal,
not fully,
not funny,
novel by,
often by,
often need,
often see,
often they,
police seize,
snob appeal,
stolen by,
strada reale,
swollen knees,
john ii,
drama deals,
gonna steal,
gonna treat,
mappae mundi,
tonal beauty,
bronze money

4 syllables:
canada by,
canada dry,
conrad ii,
responded by,
brama raii,
madame helene,
madame sophie,
passage money,
rama vii,
awful hurry,
canada geese,
canada these,
canada three,
embrace fully,
lusaka peace,
mata hari,
olaf ii,
olav ii,
prepare fully,
rapa nui,
waza ari,
vermont teddy,
papaya tree,
accosted by,
adopted by,
bombarded by,
boniface i

5 syllables:
canada early,
guyana haiti

6 syllables:
shibusawa eiichi

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