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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with debye:

2 syllables:
dead eye,
et ai,
head high,
met eye,
set high,
where high,
rib eye,
kept eye,
air right,
bell lyre,
belle isle,
breast high,
cell like,
cell line,
chair height,
chair right,
fair isle,
fell like,
held high,
left eye,
met eyes,
set eyes,
set time,
share right,
shell height,
shell like,
shell lime,
smell like,
stare right,
them might,
well nigh,
where right,
best buy,
ebb tide,
web like,
web site,
up high,
aiming high,
but high,
chih tai,
ching hai,
fish eye,
foot high,
get eye,
get high,
good eye,
has high,
his eye,
his high,
if high,
in. high,
in high,
is high,
it high,
king high,
ran high,
run high,
shut eye,
some high,
still high,
such high,
this high,
was high,
were high,
when high,
which high,
with high,
bye bye,
can buy,
good bye,
leg bye,
may buy,
they buy,
to buy,
who buy,
will buy,
you buy,
air pipe,
jet pipe,
kept time,
lead pipe,
step like,
step size


3 syllables:
beddy bye,
any high,
cherry eye,
their eye,
their high,
acid dye,
access guide,
access line,
access might,
access right,
access sites,
access time,
access while,
addressed while,
ahead might


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