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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with canthi:

5 letters:
at by,
at my


6 letters:
and i.,
at thy,
at key,
bags i,
had by,
had my,
map by,
pact i,
sat by,
and by,
and my


7 letters:
and die,
ann lee,
plan by,
than by,
than my,
and thy,
than i.,
ang lee,
hang by,
ash key,
back by,
back my,
mass by,
pass by,
path by,
stat mi,
tab key,
that by,
that my,
what my,
and dry,
and eat,
and see,
and why,
i and i


8 letters:
that thy,
had they,
shang ti,
back fee,
catch my,
class by,
flat fee,
hat tree,
pass key,
shall by,
that key,
that lee,
that lie,
that see,
that why,
wrap fee,
and they,
and deep,
and each,
and heat,
ant heap,
at these,
at three,
japan by,
aback by


9 letters:
than they,
glad they,
that they,
what they,
back knee,
black bee,
black tie,
glass tty,
latch key,
shall die,
shall see,
squab pie,
that tree,
hand they,
land they,
add these,
banned by,
fortran i,
attack by,
behalf by


10 letters:
than these,
than three,
shall they,
thank thee,
advance by


11 letters:
chance they,
black three,
canned heat,
japan these,
japan three,
manner they,
alexander i


12 letters:
what the hey,
attach these,
attach three,
attack these,
attack three


Some other possibilities:

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