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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with skimpy:

2 syllables:
him by,
him die,
him see,
him they,
him why,
him my,
being by,
in. by,
in by,
king bee,
king by,
sin by,
skin by,
swing by,
thing by,
win by,
being my,
bill by,
bit by,
bring my,
did by,
here by,
hit by,
if by,
in. they,
in die,
in fee,
in key,
in my,
in thee,
in thy,
is by,
it by,
lit by,
near by,
paris by,
print i,
rich by,
ship by,
sit by,
slip by,
split by,
stick by,
still by,
string tie,
there by,
thing they,
this by,
tick by,
trip by,
were by,
which by,
will by,
with by,
year by,
zip by,
arriere fee,
big lie,
did my,
did see,
did they,
ere they,
fear they,
fill my,
hear my,
here my,
here they,
his key,
his knee,
his tie,
ids i,
if my,
if they,
if thy,
il n'y,
il ne,
is key,
is my,
is they,
is thy,
is why,
it lie,
it my,
it they,
miss my,
near my,
sich die,
split key,
still my,
still see,
still they,
there they,
thick knee,
this key,
this my


3 syllables:
appear by,
asking why,
career by,
until by,
appear roughly


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