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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with meat pie:

2 syllables:
feet by,
heat by,
seat by,
street by,
bee tree,
eat my,
free tree,
meet my,
they try,
pee pee,
sweet peace,
sweet peas,
sweet piece,
freed by,
read by,
speed by,
tied by,
been by,
bleed dry,
by dry,
by the by,
creep by,
each by,
leave by,
mean by,
need my,
peace by,
piece by,
queen bee,
read my,
scene by,
scheme by,
seen by,
sleep by,
speech by,
squeeze by,
these by,
trees by,
very dry,
week by,
beauty beauty,
been my,
by free,
by jury,
by shri,
by the lee,
by three,
by very,
feel my,
feel they,
green fee,
gri gri,
keep my,
leave my,
louie louie,
mean they,
my three,
my very,
roughly three,
rouly pouly,
see three,
see very,
seen my,
shree shree,
teeth three,
these key,
these my,
these they,
they cry,
they very,
three ply,
three three,
three very,
very free


3 syllables:
complete by,
defeat by,
akee tree,
complete my,
delete key,
complete peace,
complete piece,
concrete piece,
agreed by,
decreed by,
proceed by,
appeal by,
areas by,
college by,
decrease by,
ideas by,
release by,
relief by,
agree roughly,
areas they,
believe my,
believe they,
degree three,
ideas they,
oblique lie,
receive my


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