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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with holy see:

3 syllables:
poli sci,
slowly by,
body by,
dow theory,
growth theory,
no theory,
now ready,
rosie lee,
so ready,
to rely,
who rely,
how easy,
no easy,
so easy,
slowly leave,
slowly reach,
slowly these,
slowly three,
solely by,
trolley wheel,
whole theory,
homely scene,
lonely scene,
ptolemy i,
slowly ceased,
slowly seeped,
blown theory,
bowed deeply,
copied by,
growth theories,
how deeply,
known theory,
no reply,
one theory,
slow release,
so deeply,
so freely,
stone ready,
stony beach,
those ready,
to chinese,
to deal by,
to release,
to reply,
trope theory,
two theories,
whose theory,
co lessee,
poly sci,
body heat,
coeffi cient,
colby cheese,
could rely,
doeth these,
homely beauty,
locally these,
lonely beach,
lonely beauty,
moldy cheese,
should deeply,
slowly creep,
slowly leaned,
slowly peeled,
slowly reached,
stony sleep,
trolley wheels,
two species,
whole chinese,
whole treaty,
would deeply,
foley street,
homely speech,
proline serine,
slowly healed,
slowly squeeze,
slowly steamed,
whole species

4 syllables:
unholy three,
over easy,
above theory,
matteo ricci,
folio sheet,
oakley annie,
parole release,
rodolphe lemieux,
rolly poly,
rolly pooly,
roly poly,
solar theory,
thoroughly these,
trolley dolly,
unholy deeds,
ptolemy ii,
slowly recede,
slowly slowly,
thoroughly sealed,
totally cease

5 syllables:
macaroni cheese,
macaroni wheat,
thoroughly happy

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