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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with papyri:

2 syllables:
hat tree,
map by,
that tree,
wrap fee,
trap tree,
squab pie,
tab key,
and die,
and i.,
ang lee,
ann lee,
ash key,
at by,
at key,
at my,
at thy,
back by,
back fee,
back knee,
back my,
bags i,
black bee,
catch my,
class by,
flat fee,
glad they,
glass tty,
had by,
had my,
had they,
hang by,
latch key,
mass by,
pact i,
pass key,
path by,
plan by,
sat by,
shall by,
shall die,
shall see,
shall they,
shang ti,
stat mi,
than by,
than my,
than they,
that by,
that key,
that lee,
that lie,
that my,
that see,
that they,
that thy,
that why,
what my,
what the hey,
what they,
crab tree,
and dry,
ash tree,
at roughly,
at three,
at very,
bad dream,
black creek,
black crepe,
black three,
camp by,
catch three,
class i,
class three,
fat free,
gapped teeth,
glass three,
grass tree,
had free,
had read,
had real,
had three,
had very,
jack tree,
marang tree,
match three,
pad tree


3 syllables:
aback by,
attack by,
behalf by,
i and i,
japan by,
attach three,
attack three,
cap a pie,
chapter i.,
fortran i,
japan three,
kiawe trees


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