Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with singley:

2 syllables:
being roughly,
with glee,
big lie,
think my,
think they,
being free,
being three,
being very,
bring beauty,
bring three,
firing three,
hiring three,
is roughly,
ming tree,
split roughly,
spring beauty,
spring three,
string three,
thing three,
things by,
things they,
touching beauty,
trygve lie,
which roughly,
being clean,
bring clean,
drink clean,
spring clean,
being by,
being green,
being my,
bring greece,
bring grief,
bring my,
bring sleep,
it lie,
king bee,
king by,
spring green,
string tie,
swing by,
thing by,
thing surely,
thing they,
things leave,
were roughly,
which lie,
with lee,
big league,
climb three,
fig leaf,
him free,
him three,
him very,
in beauty,
in dry,
in free,
in sri,
in three,
in very,
inch by,
milk whey,
mince pie,
nim tree,
phil. i,
phil i,
pil i,
risk by,
signed by,
since by,
since my,
since they,
spin dry,
whisk by,
will lie,
big three,
big tree,
bridge three,
built by,
cheered by,
christ by,
cleared by

3 syllables:
adding beauty,
adding three,
asking three,
until roughly,
appear roughly,
asking why,
lying roughly,
asking leave,
berlin three,
gagarin yuri,
single leaf,
virgin beauty,
admit three,
appear three,
appear very,
appeared by,
appears by,
commit three

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