Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with akee tree:

2 syllables:
they try,
bleed dry,
by dry,
very dry,
by free,
by jury,
by shri,
by three,
by very,
eat my,
feet by,
gri gri,
heat by,
meat pie,
meet my,
my three,
my very,
roughly three,
seat by,
see three,
see very,
shree shree,
street by,
teeth three,
they cry,
they very,
three three,
three very,
very free,
very very,
wee free,
by trees,
heat treat,
peat reek,
street three,
street trees,
sweet treat,
they treat,
three trees,
three tries,
treat three,
freed by,
need my,
read by,
read my,
speed by,
tied by,
beauty beauty,
been by,
been my,
by the by,
by the lee,
cheese pie,
creep by,
each by,
feel my,
feel they,
green fee,
keep my,
leave by,
leave my,
louie louie,
mean by,
mean they,
peace by,
peach pie,
piece by,
queen bee,
rouly pouly,
scene by,
scheme by,
seen by,
seen my

3 syllables:
complete by,
complete my,
defeat by,
degree three,
delete key,
college try,
complete three,
concrete realm,
defeat three,
repeat three,
agreed by,
decreed by,
proceed by,
agree roughly,
appeal by,
areas by,
areas they,
believe my,
believe they,
college by,
decrease by,
ideas by,
ideas they,
oblique lie,
receive my,
release by,
relief by

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