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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with coyly:

2 syllables:
oil by,
soil by,
soil sci,
to lie,
choice by,
roy bean,
soy bean,
oil meal,
oil seal,
oil tree,
spoil heaps,
spoil these,
spoiled by,
blow by,
bow knee,
bow tie,
cow pie,
do by,
do my,
do see,
do they,
flow by,
go by,
go see,
grow by,
ho chi,
how my,
how they,
lo fi,
low by,
low fi,
low key,
mo ti,
mo zi,
now by,
now my,
now see,
now they,
now why,
one knee,
owe my,
so by,
so my,
so they,
so why,
to by,
to die,
to my,
to see,
to thee,
to thy,
to tie,
to why,
two by,
two key,
who by,
who die,
who see,
who they,
by lee,
could die,
dl i,
do i.,
faisal i,
goal by,
la ley,
may lie,
ml i,
no. i.,
now leave,
paul i,
phil. i,
phil i,
pil i,
pl i,
role by,
role they


3 syllables:
enjoy my,
annoyed by,
deploy these,
destroy peace,
destroy these,
destroy three,
destroyed by,
employ cheap,
employ these,
employ three,
employed by,
enjoy beauty,
enjoy peace,
enjoy these,
enjoy three,
enjoyed by,
employed roughly,
loyal league,
unto my,
unto thee,
unto thy,
algol y


4 syllables:
employee leave


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