Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pliancy:

2 syllables:
can see,
non si,
then see

3 syllables:
science by,
trial by,
driven by,
quiet scene,
trial scene,
einen seite,
licence fee,
license fee,
light honey,
mise en scene,
nylon sieve,
science heals,
science seeks,
science seemed,
science seems,
science teach,
science these,
sight unseen,
silence by,
time money,
item by,
guided by,
lias been,
lighted by,
might agree,
nice as pie,
pial sheath,
price supply,
prices by,
private key,
quiet beach,
quiet beauty,
quiet peace,
quiet these,
quiet trees,
quite agree,
title by,
title vi,
trial jury,
trial piece,
trial these,
trial three,
weiss safety,
buy any,
be light on feet,
brighton beach,
cheyenne chiefs,
died on feet,
dies on feet,
driven these,
driven three,
driven wheel,
eye appeal,
final scene,
final siege,
frighten these,
frightened by,
heighten these,
heightened by,
liken these,
linen sheath,
linen sheet,
live a lie,
lycian league,
might unleash,
quiet seemed,
quiet sleep

4 syllables:
combine honey,
dian fossey,
reliance seems,
suleiman i,
unsight unseen,
as nice as pie,
buyer agree,
decided by,
decided they,
delighted by,
divided by,
excited by,
provided by,
provided they,
quiet early,
quiet happy,
trial early,
bryan ferry,
bryan loughrey,
bryan magee,
cheyenne daily,
driven query,
enlighten these,
enlightened by,
enliven these,
enlivened by,
myron holley

5 syllables:
families agree,
arisen early,
o'brien o'keeffe

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