Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with satori:

2 syllables:
bay tree,
date tree,
may tree,
may try,
splay tree,
state tree,
eight three

3 syllables:
weigh forty,
eight forty,
eight story,
eighth story,
faith story,
frame story,
grail story,
lay store by,
place stories,
plain story,
same story,
slate quarry,
snake story,
straight story,
vague story,
said harry,
maybe harry,
straight alley,
eight areas,
plate areas,
quite sorry,
right sorry,
state areas,
straight hourly,
played forty,
james aubrey,
james maury,
maybe forty,
naive poetry,
place forty,
praise poetry,
weighs forty,
weight glossy,
kaye danny,
played hockey,
luray valley,
make happy,
place wholly,
plays hockey,
based story,
create three,
eight storeys,
eight stories,
faith stories,
frame stories,
grail stories,
james story,
laid store by,
late forties

4 syllables:
always sorry,
kuwait saudi,
campaign story,
create poetry,
translate poetry,
avait aussi,
create happy,
create wholly,
mayor rossi,
create areas,
estate areas,
later harry,
striate areas,
attain glory,
contain forty,
mayor yorty,
obtain glory,
saying sorry,
always happy,
always wholly,
became happy,
became wholly,
elaine hobby,
mohave valley,
remain happy,
remain wholly,
today many,
campaign stories,
contain stories,
contained story,
crazy story,
create stories,
daily story,
detailed story,
estate of the realm,
later poetry

5 syllables:
hurricane audrey,
japanese story,
concentrate wholly,
japanese poetry,
uncertain glory,
hurricane hattie,
japanese holly,
japanese stories

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