Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dimply:

2 syllables:
being roughly,
climb three,
him free,
him three,
him very,
is roughly,
nim tree,
split roughly,
trygve lie,
which roughly,
with glee,
him by,
big lie,
him die,
him see,
him they,
him why,
it lie,
it please,
kick pleat,
paris spleen,
ship by,
slip by,
there please,
trip by,
were roughly,
which lie,
will please,
with lee,
zip by,
bring beauty,
in beauty,
spring beauty,
touching beauty,
being free,
being three,
being very,
bring three,
firing three,
him leave,
him my,
hiring three,
his beauty,
in dry,
in free,
in sri,
in three,
in very,
inch by,
mince pie,
ming tree,
phil. i,
phil i,
pil i,
sheer beauty,
shrimp fleet,
signed by,
since by,
since my,
since they,
spin dry,
spring three,
string three,
thing three,
things by,
things they,
think my,
think they,
this beauty,
will lie,
with beauty,
big three,
big tree,
bridge three,
built by,
cheered by,
christ by,
cleared by,
did try,
did very

3 syllables:
simpl i,
until roughly,
appear roughly,
adding beauty,
virgin beauty,
adding three,
asking three,
berlin three,
cims pl i,
gagarin yuri,
siml i,
simple leaf,
simply by,
admit three,
appear three,
appear very,
appeared by,
appears by,
commit three,
conflict by

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