Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with renvoy:

2 syllables:
bell boy,
bell buoy,
head boy,
benne oil,
dread voice,
fresh voice,
head voice,
rent boy,
tense voice,
can buoy,
dan buoy,
nun buoy,
air foil,
air poise,
bell buoys,
best boy,
fresh choice,
sex toy,
where choice,
where noise,
chest voice,
dared voice,
dead oil,
dense soils,
edged voice,
friend joyce,
friend lloyd,
hair oil,
rent boys,
scared voice,
welsh voice,
bum boy,
ring buoy,
young boy,
big boy,
bill joy,
bus boy,
dear boy,
good boy,
his boy,
his joy,
kill joy,
nut buoy,
poor boy,
this boy,
with joy

3 syllables:
express joy,
any boy,
solemn voice,
tenor voice,
babette deutsch,
excess noise,
express choice,
janet lloyd,
marcel moyse,
pretty boy,
success spoil,
suppress noise,
teddy boy,
their joy,
any choice,
any noise,
better voice,
bevin boy,
breathy voice,
carry voice,
direct voice,
eerie voice,
fennel oil,
heavy voice,
mellow voice,
merry voice,
perfect voice,
pretty voice,
prevent noise,
steady voice,
suppressed voice,
their voice,
weary voice,
acuff roy,
office boy,
heavy oil,
serene voice,
tender voice

4 syllables:
aggressive voice,
primary voice,
progressive voice

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