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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dalasi:

3 syllables:
haidar ali,
hot toddy,
hot totty,
not wholly,
ball hockey,
donne aussi,
shall wholly,
small lobby,
block areas,
both areas,
cause areas,
caused wholly,
drop volley,
far only,
from areas,
from only,
god only,
got only,
heart wholly,
hog molly,
hot coffee,
kaz dagi,
not only,
pond hockey,
scotch collie,
square areas,
stock areas,
stop volley,
terrace areas,
top copy,
top totty,
whom only,
poly sci,
scotch lassie,
back copy,
black coffee,
brown noddy,
drawn wholly,
from many,
grass hockey,
not happy,
or wholly,
prof. harry,
roche abbey,
smock alley,
thought tommy,
thought wholly,
whom many,
not closely,
watch closely


4 syllables:
horace holley,
holly hobbie,
prolog ii,
bourgeois party,
compare areas,
mata hari,
prepare coffee,
waza ari,
cocky locky,
dollar areas,
hobby lobby,
hollow areas,
polly wolly,
rarely wholly,
yolla bolly,
belong wholly,
dakar rally,
enough coffee,
compare closely,
passage closely


5 syllables:
ic prolog ii


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