Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tongue-tie:

2 syllables:
wen ti,
cup tie,
hung by,
stung by,
sung by,
gut tie,
tongue tied,
tung tree,
young beauty,
young teeth,
can die,
man die,
can by,
can lie,
can see,
can they,
come by,
come see,
done by,
done my,
gun shy,
hum vee,
man by,
man they,
men by,
men they,
non si,
ran by,
run by,
slain by,
some by,
some key,
son by,
sum by,
sun by,
then by,
then my,
then see,
then they,
then why,
wen li,
when by,
when my,
when they,
won by,
be struck by,
blood by,
but by,
but my,
but see,
but they,
but try,
but why,
cut by,
cut my,
del rey,
gas by,
get by,
get my,
get thee,
has by,
has my,
judge by,
la tène,
let lie,
let my,
let thy,
love by,
love my,
love thee,
love thy,
much by,
much my,
much they,
mud pie,
nut tree,
put by,
put my,
rev. sci,
shut my,
struck by,
stud fee,
such by,
such they,
thus by,
thus they

3 syllables:
alice dewey,
begun by,
urban vi,
acid by,
added by,
arise by,
as as pie,
ended by,
extra dry,
extra three,
office by,
uncle louie,
unless by

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