Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with palm tree:

2 syllables:
shall try,
and dry,
pan fry,
plant by,
tant mieux,
than three,
act by,
alt key,
at three,
at very,
backed by,
black three,
camp by,
cast by,
catch three,
class three,
fact by,
fact they,
fast by,
fat free,
glass three,
had free,
had three,
had very,
last by,
last they,
match three,
matched by,
passed by,
passed my,
past by,
past my,
shall worry,
stack three,
staff three,
staffed by,
tack free,
that free,
that three,
that very,
track three,
trapped by,
and try,
damp dry,
grant three,
plant three,
plant trees,
scant three,
shang ti,
ash trees,
at by,
at key,
at my,
at thy,
black tie,
black trees,
class street,
class tries,
cracked three,
flat fee,
glass tty,
graham green,
graham greene,
grass trees,
lacked three,
lambs fry,
lamprey eel,
last three,
packed three,
pact i,
passed three,
past three,
rapped three,
sat by,
shall treat,
stacked three,
staff treat,
staff tries,
stat mi,
tapped three

3 syllables:
japan three,
vacant by,
attach three,
attached by,
attack three,
attacked by,
contact by,
harassed by,
surpassed by,
abstract realm,
abstract three,
attached three,
attack trees,
attacked three,
attacked trees,
contact three,
detached three,
exact three,
extract three,
subtract three

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