Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with psalmody:

3 syllables:
rural money,
blood money,
but money,
chief money,
douglas mckie,
dutch money,
fuck buddy,
fun money,
get money,
glove money,
hush money,
judge mcghee,
much money,
put money,
such money,
was money,
when money,
comb honey,
some money,
squirrel monkey,
chief deity,
can fully,
dumb bunny,
duncan i,
get lucky,
has fully,
hush puppy,
judge duffy,
lon chaney,
mud puppy,
sprung fully,
struck lucky,
was fully,
was funny,
was lucky,
when fully,
young puppy,
big muddy,
helm alee,
jaipal reddy,
shell money,
smell money,
thick muddy,
chief mufti,
currant money,
cuts a deal,
front money,
funded by,
judge dundy,
judge mckean,
loved money,
loves money,
lunch money

4 syllables:
uncle buddy,
become muddy,
added money,
asset money,
office money,
unless money,
urban money,
becomes muddy,
consulted by,
extra money,
royal money,
royal mummy,
uncle dudley,
added drily,
alice tully,
become fully,
office fully,
unless fully,
uncle teddy,
until money,
adjusted by,
agile supply,
becomes money,
bloody money,
buddy buddy,
conduct money,
conducted by,
confronted by,
consult fully,
corrupted by,
deduct money,
entrance money,
entrusted by,
farrukh dhondy,
fiat money,
fuddy duddy,
funny money,
greater money,
hully gully,
lucky money,
major money,
money money,
mother money

5 syllables:
admiral mundy,
equity money

6 syllables:
abdul-hamid ii,
abdul hamid ii

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