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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kelpy:

2 syllables:
cell by,
fell by,
tell by,
well by,
chess pie,
sell my,
tell my,
tell thee,
tell why,
well they,
help by,
help each,
help my,
help they,
air by,
care by,
chair by,
check by,
dead by,
death by,
debt by,
head by,
lead by,
met by,
press by,
set by,
sketch by,
spread by,
step by,
stressed by,
swear by,
sweat bee,
them by,
where by,
yet by,
bless my,
bless thee,
care they,
dead key,
death they,
death three,
et ne,
et si,
faire mieux,
guess they,
head shy,
met my,
pheng cheah,
sec fee,
set my,
share my,
share roughly,
them see,
them they,
them why,
where my,
where they,
yet my,
yet see,
yet they,
cells by,
else by,
felt by,
health by,
held by,
self by,
shell beach,
shell bean,
wealth by,
bell seat,
bell tree,
belle meade,
blair peach,
cell free,
cette piece,
chess piece,
delle chiese,
delle teorie,
else they,
felt my,
felt they,
fresh peach

3 syllables:
access by,
addressed by,
progress by,
success by,
upset by,
express my,
compelled by,
expelled by,
hotel beach,
propelled by,
repelled by,
upheld by,
access speed,
cherry pie,
compel these,
excess speed,
express speed

4 syllables:
raphaelle peale

Some other possibilities:

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