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

2 syllables:
can try,
then try,
come very,
just try,
must try,
some free,
some three,
some very,
but try,
gum trees,
some trees,
ran dry,
run dry,
when dry,
can very,
done very,
front by,
front fee,
hung jury,
slain three,
suck dry,
then three,
then very,
was dry,
when three,
when very,
blood three,
but free,
but three,
but very,
chief three,
chief worry,
comes by,
crushed by,
depth three,
drug free,
get free,
get very,
has three,
has very,
just by,
just my,
just see,
just why,
must by,
must die,
must lie,
must see,
must they,
stress three,
struck jury,
struck three,
stuck three,
thus very,
trust by,
trust my,
twice three,
up three,
up very,
was free,
was three,
was very,
can treat,
don't worry,
front three,
parent trees,
parent tries,
tongue tie,
wen ti,
young trees


3 syllables:
become free,
become three,
become very,
begun three,
extent by,
extent they,
orange roughy,
acid free,
added three,
added worry,
arise three,
conduct by,
ended three,
office three,
product by,
result by,
result they,
unless three,
confront three,
extra dry,
urban trees,
added treat,
adult trees,
adult tries,
alice street,
become freed,
become green,
become surety,
becomes roughly,
becomes three


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