Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with baccy:

2 syllables:
class i,
shall lie,
than i.,
class by,
glass eel,
glass tty,
mass by,
pass by,
shall see,
that see,
bags i,
and die,
and i.,
ang lee,
ann lee,
ash key,
at by,
at each,
at ease,
at heel,
at key,
at my,
at thy,
back by,
back fee,
back heel,
back knee,
back my,
black bee,
black heat,
black tie,
catch my,
flat fee,
glad they,
had by,
had each,
had my,
had they,
hang by,
hat tree,
latch key,
map by,
pact i,
path by,
plan by,
sat by,
scrap heap,
scrap piece,
shall by,
shall die,
shall eat,
shall lease,
shall leave,
shall they,
shang ti,
slag heap,
snap peas,
squab pie,
stat mi,
tab key,
than by,
than my,
than they,
that by,
that each,
that heat,
that key,
that lee,
that lie,
that my,
that they,
that thy,
that tree,
that why,
trash heap,
what each,
what my,
what the hey,
what they,
wrap fee,
and see,
ask each,
ask my,
ask why,
at sign,
back seat,
bad seed,
black seed,
brass piece

3 syllables:
fortran i,
aback by,
attack by,
behalf by,
i and i,
japan by,
advance by,
attacks by,
attacks cease,
basel i

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