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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with liii:

2 syllables:
by i.,
dvi i,
hee hee,
htlv ii,
knee hi,
mpr ii,
mrp ii,
p. ii,
p. vii,
rpg ii,
t. ii,
tee hee,
tgs ii,
ww ii,
b ici,
bcs theory,
be easy,
be freely,
be ready,
by by,
by lee,
by my,
by thee,
by thy,
chee chee,
chi chi,
die by,
e.c.s.c. treaty,
e.e.c. treaty,
e mini,
free by,
gee gee,
greek key,
guise theory,
hd ready,
hi fi


3 syllables:
ease ii,
seeing each,
seeing my,
three billy,
al ii,
by any,
by heavy,
leo i,
no. ii,
sea by,
sea eel,
sea pie,
see any,
st. leo i,
three heavy,
very heavy,
why any,
a.d.p. heeney,
a ready,
a theory,
a treaty,
am ready,
an easy,
are easy,
are freely,
are ready,
as easy,
as freely,
as ready,
beauty indeed,
breed disease,
by decree,
by disease,
by fifty,
by machine,
by sidney,
chiefe citie,
cream machine,
dean dizzy,
degree by,
dream machine,
ec treaty,
ensure ready,
ensure speedy,
entry by,
freeing these,
green chilli,
greenish sheen


4 syllables:
ii ii,
leo ii,
louis ii,
louis xii,
mary ii,
pius ii,
rabi ii,
adrian i,
area by,
idea by,
idea why,
chinese cities,
degree degree,
degree indeed,
henry ii


5 syllables:
gregory ii


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