Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bellies:

2 syllables:
death these,
health these,
quell these,
smell these,
spell these,
swell these,
wealth these,
bless these,
check these,
clare eames,
cress seeds,
death themes,
dread these,
fetch these,
french cheese,
fresh cheese,
guess seems,
guess these,
head cheese,
press seams,
press seems,
press these,
share these,
shell heap,
sketch these,
spare these,
spread knees,
spread these,
stressed these,
stressed trees,
stretch these,
tell each,
them.1 these,
threat these,
tread these,
where these,
yet these,
breath leaves,
cells these,
dead leaves,
death leaves,
delle spese,
fresh leaves,
help these,
sells these,
shell beads,
shell beans,
shell seems,
smell seems,
stressed leaves,
tells these,
where leaves,
dutch cheese,
his ease,
with ease,
with these

3 syllables:
compel these,
neufchatel cheese,
propel these,
repel these,
access seems,
access these,
addressed these,
assess these,
aware these,
embed these,
express these,
heavy as,
mary as,
possess these,
pretty as,
progress seems,
progress these,
regret these,
repair these,
reset these,
success seems,
success these,
suppress these,
their ease,
transgress these,
transgressed these,
upset these,
vary as,
compelled these,
compels these,
hotel seems,
kelly was,
merely as,
propelled these,
repelled these,
rosette leaves,
tea leaves,
upheld these,
yellow cheese,
extra cheese

4 syllables:
library as,
library has,
library whose

5 syllables:
necessary as

Some other possibilities:

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See bellies used in context: 14 poetry verses, 2 Shakespeare works, 1 Bible passage, 2 definitions

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