Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scot-free:

2 syllables:
scot free,
from free,
got three,
got very,
not cry,
not dry,
not three,
not very,
not worry,
cost free,
not try,
god tree,
block three,
both very,
cause three,
cause worry,
far cry,
from three,
from tree,
from very,
golf tee,
hop tree,
knock three,
month three,
par three,
scott schley,
square three,
stock three,
top three,
watch three,
fat free,
that free,
dot the i,
dropped three,
giant three,
got by,
got my,
heart three,
hot key,
knocked three,
not by,
not die,
not dream,
not lie,
not my,
not preach,
not see,
not shy,
not they,
not thy,
not why,
part three,
pot pie,
prof. dewey,
scott creek,
scott green,
shot by,
spot by,
start three,
stopped three,
tossed three,
washed three,
watched three,
got feel,
not feed,
not feel,
not reach,
not read,
not real,
not treat,
art by,
art my,
blocked by,
bob cousy,
box by,
capped by,
card key,
caused by

3 syllables:
a far cry,
compare three,
declare three,
embrace three,
o'clock three,
passage three,
prepare three,
adopt three,
apart three,
gotta worry,
not to worry,
roger fry,
ascot tie,
lothair i,
omar i,
apart by

4 syllables:
potato tree,
papaya tree,
potato fries,
valdemar i

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