Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with snappily:

2 syllables:
we apply

3 syllables:
basel i,
cap a pie,
paschal i,
staff fully,
apple key,
apple pie,
abbas i,
mack connie,
battle by,
black college,
cap money,
flannel leaf,
had a leak,
had fully,
hang a louie,
happen by,
harold i,
shall fully,
sprang fully,
that fully,
travel by,
apple leaves,
apple tree,
grasp fully,
sample by,
basil i,
though fully,
acad sci,
allen key,
allen kneese,
anise seed,
backup piece,
black money,
brass money,
cash money,
class appeal,
class money,
class musci,
classes by,
damage by,
fallen by,
fashion by,
francis i,
francis i.,
grand duchy,
had money,
hat money,
mad money,
maggot pie,
mass appeal,
nation by,
passes by,
ratchet teeth,
shall achieve,
shall agree,
shall appeal,
staff agree,
status by,
than money,
that appeal,
that money,
what money,
shall believe,
staff believe,
that belief,
that believe,
ached dully,
and fully,
angle leaf,
angle tie,
arab league,
at college,
baffled by,
battle cry

4 syllables:
apple ii,
basel ii,
japan fully,
paschal ii,
amppl ii,
apple annie,
example by,
happen early,
rapid early,
enough fully,
amass money,
combat money,
extract honey,
gather honey,
hassan ii,
japan agree,
mahmud ii,
solana beach,
habit early,
surpass belief,
adapted by,
allow fully,
baron larrey,
battle abbey

5 syllables:
battery fully

Some other possibilities:

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