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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with catseye:

7 letters:
fat guy,
at high,
at side,
at site,
bad guy,
lac dye,
at five,
at life,
at line,
at nine,
at time


8 letters:
that guy,
at sight,
hat size,
pad thai,
and high,
hand dye,
glad eye,
had high,
pad site,
at night,
at right,
at white,
cat like,
fast dye,
fat pine,
fat pipe,
tax hike,
at sites,
fat tide


9 letters:
cats eyes,
glass eye,
that high,
that side,
that site,
that size,
what size,
crabs eye,
black tai,
slant eye,
back side,
black eye,
cat thyme,
catch eye,
chat line,
flat file,
hwang hai,
lang syne,
than high,
that died,
that file,
that fine,
that five,
that give,
that lies,
that life,
that like,
that line,
that live,
that nine,
that rise,
what lies,
what life,
flat tyre,
sat tight,
also high,
fatty eye


10 letters:
blacks eye,
glance eye,
chang tsai,
that guide,
that light,
that might,
that night,
that right,
that tried,
that while,
that white,
what light,
what might,
what right,
class size,
glass eyes,
that smile,
chiang kai,
chiang mai,
potash lye,
cancer eye


11 letters:
catch sight,
matte white,
squat snipe,
that height


12 letters:
grass height,
combat knife,
combat might,
combat while,
scatter site


14 letters:
diplomat might


15 letters:
diplomats might


Some other possibilities:

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