Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with black tie:

2 syllables:
pact i,
back by,
back fee,
back knee,
back my,
glass tty,
shang ti,
act by,
back teeth,
backed by,
cracked teeth,
fact by,
fact they,
jack tree,
lacked teeth,
red-black tree,
sack tree,
stacked heel,
and die,
and i.,
bags i,
shall die,
ang lee,
ann lee,
ash key,
at by,
at key,
at my,
at thy,
catch my,
class by,
flat fee,
glad they,
had by,
had my,
had they,
hang by,
hat tree,
latch key,
map by,
mass by,
pass by,
pass key,
path by,
plan by,
sat by,
shall by,
shall see,
shall they,
squab pie,
stat mi,
tab key,
than by,
than my,
than they,
that by,
that key,
that lee,
that lie,
that my,
that see,
that they,
that thy,
that tree,
that why,
what my,
what the hey,
what they,
wrap fee,
tag team,
alt key,
ant heap,
ash tree,
ask my,
ask why,
back beat,
back seat,
bank by,
cast by,
chang t'ien,
class i,
crab tree,
fast by,
flax seed

3 syllables:
aback by,
attack by,
attacked by,
contact by,
extract teeth,
factor i,
i and i,
behalf by,
japan by,
attached by,
attack these,
attack three,
attacks by,
attacks cease,
chapter i.,
fortran i

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