Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with monopoly:

3 syllables:
ago by,
ago they,
bolo tie,
follow my,
john opie,
not obey,
drop zone,
follow roughly,
most holy,
otho i,
drops slowly,
for holy,
or holy,
show pony,
that holy,
your holy,
bar body,
barr body,
bog body,
from body,
bar none,
borrow these,
borrow three,
borrowed by,
chaco peace,
follow nietzsche,
follow peace,
follow these,
follow three,
followed by,
followed my,
follows by,
halo sign,
hollow cheek,
hollow peace,
hollow piece,
hollow teeth,
hot zone,
not to worry,
onto my,
swallow these,
swallow three,
swallowed by,
clock slowly,
drop scone,
drop to knees,
follow each,
followed roughly,
follows roughly,
not solely,
oppose these,
opposed by,
otto i,
stock solely,
arrow key,
snow cone,
than none,
though none,
dropped slowly

4 syllables:
chicago league,
follow early,
abajo peak,
chicago peace,
chicago scene,
chicago three,
chicago wheat,
dorado beach,
follow any,
piano keys,
piano piece,
potato bean,
potato peel,
potato tree,
potato weed,
romano cheese,
awake slowly,
father foley,
father rowley,
follow apply,
follow daily,
followed daily,
followed early,
hollow belly,
hollow valley,
moscow early,
oppose any,
polo pony,
potato leaves,
waikato valley,
washoe valley,
bishop foley,
bishop hoadley,
bishop hoadly,
robert poley

5 syllables:
chicago early,
tornado alley,
potato curry,
chicago daily,
otago daily,
pajaro valley

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