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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with top heavy:

3 syllables:
cause any,
from any,
from mary,
got any,
lothair i,
not any,
whom any,
not envy,
olav i,
bob cherry,
john barry,
pot belly,
thon buri,
car ferry,
dodge aries,
dog weary,
from delhi,
from henry,
giant hairy,
john henry,
john kerry,
john rennie,
lost any,
not carry,
not deny,
not marry,
not vary,
process by,
process they,
prof. henri,
prof. henry,
scarce any,
star jelly,
want any,
watch telly,
drop-dead fee,
drop dead fee,
gods penny,
not pretty,
popped cherry,
prof. petrie,
shops carry,
add any,
at any,
back any,
basil i,
black hairy,
brown hairy,
data by,
data they,
down any,
for any,
had any,
lack any,
nor any,
olaf i,
or any,
out any,
pass any,
shall any,
than any,
that any,
thomas y.,
though shelley,
though weary,
thought eddie,
tonic key,
what any


4 syllables:
madame marie,
adopt any,
bizarre series,
compare henry,
follow any,
lothair ii,
madame henri,
o'clock ferry,
prepare healthy,
vermont teddy,
adopt healthy,
bishop henni,
copper penny,
hearth penny,
oppose any,
whatever they,
about any,
along any,
because any,
before any,
canada by


5 syllables:
another penny


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