Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with honoree:

2 syllables:
john i,
john i.

3 syllables:
not hurry,
john curry,
from early,
cause early,
father by,
father early,
occur by,
robert i,
roger touhy,
stock early,
france early,
honor these,
honored by,
honoured by,
month early,
shall hurry,
brown furry,
drawn early,
john ii,
manner by,
manner they,
from thirty,
from turkey,
tom turkey,
acre feet,
arthur lee,
block varies,
bother these,
bothered by,
cause worthy,
caused early,
chopper wheel,
copper beech,
copper piece,
copper sheath,
copper sheet,
copper wheel,
doctor early,
dollar piece,
dollar sign,
dollars each,
dropped early,
father kneipp,
father leave,
father rhine,
father teach,
father these,
father three,
favoured by,
fodder beet,
harbor early,
harper lee,
locke clearly,
march early

4 syllables:
ad hoc query,
another by,
another early,
another key,
another they,
awake early,
compare early,
gotta hurry,
passage early,
prepare early,
ayaan hirsi,
response early,
japan early,
withdrawn early,
another piece,
another realm,
another scene,
another sheet,
another sign,
another theme,
another these,
another three,
another very,
another week,
another worry,
arthur aughey,
awful hurry,
bois durci,
depart early,
departure early,
depot journey,
father happy,
father harry,
father healy,
father hurley,
father hurried,
follow early

5 syllables:
alexander i,
another happy,
another heavy,
another highly,
canada early,
chicago early

Some other possibilities:

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