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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sassy:

5 letters:
at by,
at my


6 letters:
bags i,
and i.,
at key,
at thy,
had by,
had my,
map by,
pact i,
sat by,
ask my


7 letters:
class i,
than i.,
mass by,
pass by,
and die,
ang lee,
ann lee,
ash key,
at each,
at ease,
at heel,
back by,
back my,
hang by,
path by,
plan by,
stat mi,
tab key,
than by,
than my,
that by,
that my,
what my,
and see,
ask why,
at sign,
i and i,
basel i


8 letters:
class by,
pass key,
that see,
back fee,
catch my,
flat fee,
had each,
had they,
hat tree,
shall by,
shang ti,
that key,
that lee,
that lie,
that thy,
that why,
wrap fee,
ask each,
bad seed,
aback by,
japan by


9 letters:
shall lie,
glass eel,
glass tty,
shall see,
back heel,
back knee,
black bee,
black tie,
glad they,
latch key,
shall die,
shall eat,
slag heap,
snap peas,
squab pie,
than they,
that each,
that heat,
that they,
that tree,
what each,
what they,
back seat,
fortran i,
attack by,
behalf by


10 letters:
black heat,
scrap heap,
shall they,
trash heap,
black seed,
advance by,
attacks by


11 letters:
scrap piece,
shall lease,
shall leave,
brass piece


12 letters:
what the hey


13 letters:
attacks cease


Some other possibilities:

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