Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with reentry:

2 syllables:
in dry,
ming tree,
nim tree,
spin dry,
big tree,
did try,
fig tree,
fir tree,
hip tree,
in free,
in sri,
in three,
in very,
pear tree,
this tree,
til tree,
wig tree,
will try,
witch tree,
fringe tree,
in trees,
print i,
print three,
quince tree,
being free,
being three,
being very,
bring three,
climb three,
drip dry,
firing three,
him free,
him three,
him very,
hiring three,
is dry,
it dry,
signed by,
spring three,
string three,
thing three,
were dry,
with dry,
big three,
bridge three,
built by,
christ by,
did very,
drill three,
fish fry,
gripped by,
guilt by,
here very,
his free,
his fury,
his three,
his very,
if three,
if very,
in beauty,
inch by,
is free,
is three,
is very,
ist die,
it free,
it three,
it very,
list by,
mince pie,
missed by,
paris three,
pitch three,
quick three,
shift key,
shipped by,
since by,
since my,
since they,
split three,
stick three,
still three,
still very

3 syllables:
berlin three,
gagarin yuri,
olive tree,
virgin trees,
adding three,
asking three,
admit three,
appear three,
appear very,
commit three,
conflict by,
enriched by,
equip three,
exist by,
fulfil three,
fulfill three,
rebuilt by

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