Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with serry:

5 letters:
et ne,
et si

6 letters:
air by,
met by,
met my,
set by,
set my,
yet by,
yet my

7 letters:
care by,
air dry,
cell by,
dead by,
debt by,
fell by,
head by,
lead by,
sec fee,
sell my,
step by,
tell by,
tell my,
them by,
well by,
yet see,
henry i

8 letters:
chair by,
share my,
swear by,
where by,
where my,
bless my,
check by,
dead key,
death by,
head shy,
press by,
tell why,
them see,
them why,
yet they,
air sign,
upset by,
carry my,
error by,
henry i.

9 letters:
care they,
chess pie,
sketch by,
spread by,
sweat bee,
tell thee,
them they,
well they,
bare feet,
bear meat,
bell tree,
care team,
cell free,
dead tree,
debt free,
fair deal,
hair seal,
access by

10 letters:
where they,
bless thee,
death they,
guess they,
bare teeth,
bread tree,
chaired by,
hair sieve,
hair weave,
express my,
success by,
cherry pie

11 letters:
death three,
faire mieux,
chair three,
share three,
spare three,
where three,
pheng cheah,
stressed by,
blair peach,
check three,
fetch three,
progress by,
ahead three,
aware these,
compared by,
hotel three

12 letters:
delle teorie,
addressed by,
assess three,
empress tree

13 letters:
share roughly,
breadth three,
express three

15 letters:
addressed three

Some other possibilities:

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