Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with votary:

2 syllables:
bow tie,
mo ti,
to tie

3 syllables:
no hurry,
to hurry,
wrote early,
could hurry,
should hurry,
showed early,
would hurry,
broke early,
chose early,
close early,
growth early,
home early,
known early,
no mercy,
no worries,
one early,
over by,
over each,
over my,
scope perry,
shown early,
shows early,
so varied,
so worried,
solar heat,
spoke early,
those early,
to thirty,
whole early,
whose early,
coast early,
how early,
motor league,
motor wheel,
notes early,
roast turkey,
rotor teeth,
smoked turkey,
so early,
to early,
two early,
wrote thirty,
might hurry,
not hurry,
peter i,
closed early,
should early,
showed mercy,
showed thirty,
those dirty,
broker peace,
coach journey,
drove thirty,
goals early,
growth varied,
growth varies,
homes early,
jones ernie,
molar heats,
molar teeth,
now clearly,
over these,
over three,
over very,
phone queries

4 syllables:
promote early,
remote query,
above query,
alone early,
approach early,
arose early,
unknown early,
promotes early,
rotary hoe,
composed early,
exposed early,
proposed early,
supposed early,
toward early,
above earthly,
above queries,
above thirty,
alone thirty,
alone varies,
alone worthy,
approach varies,
exposure sheet,
going early,
growing early,
october these,
october three,
over any,
over easy,
over eighty,
owner harry

5 syllables:
moreover these,
potato curry

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Book See votary used in context: 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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