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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with variety:

3 syllables:
aya brea,
biol sci,
bi monthly,
blind study,
bright sunny,
by country,
by monday,
by money,
by roughly,
by study,
child money,
child study,
china sea,
china tea,
cyclon b,
cypress knee,
deils buckie,
diamond d,
eine studie,
final three,
frightened me,
frightens me,
frighten me,
giant tree,
guided me,
high country,
hybrid tea,
iris t,
isaac toucey,
isis te,
isles scilly,
ivan v,
knife money,
licence fee,
licence key,
license fee,
license key,
like honey,
like money,
lime putty,
lyon b,
michael leigh,
michael tree,
might agree,
might justly,
mike duffy,
mise money,
my buddy,
my country,
my lovely,
my money,
my monkey,
my study,
my trusty,
my tummy,
night monkey,
pius v,
pius vii,
pius xi,
pius xii,
private key,
quite agree,
quite bluntly,
quite funny,
quite lovely,
rigel b,
right subtree,
ryan key,
sides agree,
silent g,
silent key,
spy money,
strike lucky,
time money,
title vii,
title viii,
twice monthly,
white money,
wild country,
wild honey,
wine country

4 syllables:
arrival he,
comprises three,
delighted me,
enlighten me,
environ sci,
hereby agree,
inside money,
invited me,
orion b,
provided free,
provided he,
provided me,
provided we,
reminded me

5 syllables:
hepatitis c,
hepatitis d,
hepatitis e,
hepatitis g

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