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

6 letters:
eat my,
by dry

7 letters:
feet by,
heat by,
seat by,
meet my,
pee pee,
read by,
tied by,
been by,
each by,
mean by,
need my,
read my,
seen by,
week by,
been my,
by free,
by jury,
by shri,
by very,
feel my,
gri gri,
keep my,
my very,
seen my

8 letters:
bee tree,
they try,
freed by,
speed by,
creep by,
leave by,
peace by,
piece by,
scene by,
sleep by,
these by,
trees by,
very dry,
by three,
leave my,
my three,
see very,
these my,
they cry,
areas by,
ideas by

9 letters:
street by,
free tree,
bleed dry,
by the by,
queen bee,
scheme by,
speech by,
feel they,
green fee,
mean they,
see three,
these key,
they very,
three ply,
very free,
defeat by,
akee tree,
agreed by,
appeal by,
relief by

10 letters:
sweet peas,
squeeze by,
by the lee,
these they,
three very,
delete key,
decreed by,
proceed by,
college by,
release by,
areas they,
believe my,
ideas they,
receive my

11 letters:
sweet peace,
sweet piece,
louie louie,
rouly pouly,
shree shree,
teeth three,
three three,
complete by,
complete my,
decrease by,
oblique lie

12 letters:
believe they,
degree three

13 letters:
beauty beauty,
roughly three,
agree roughly

14 letters:
complete peace,
complete piece,
concrete piece

Some other possibilities:

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