Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with timpani:

3 syllables:
cousin johnny,
jim carrey,
cousin bobby,
bring coffee,
cousin dolly,
cousin molly,
drink coffee,
him only,
pouring coffee,
things wholly,
built wholly,
drip coffee,
guild hobby,
his coffee,
his copy,
his folly,
lives wholly,
sheer folly,
spill coffee,
this copy,
with coffee,
singh bhangi,
being party,
being wholly,
firing party,
hiring party,
in party,
prince dhani,
since only,
sleighing party,
slim bodied,
smith barney,
spring party,
thing wholly,
things only,
think johnny,
think only,
beer party,
bridge party,
his party,
is party,
is wholly,
its only,
mitt romney,
nicol i,
pierre franey,
quick coffee,
split party,
still wholly,
swiss party,
thick coffee,
this party,
were wholly,
which party,
whig party,
with party,
years only,
him many,
being only,
in only,
thing only,
fit only,
here only,
his only,
if only,
is only,
it only,
still only,
there only,
this only,
were only,
which only,
will only,
with only,
year only,
cousin fanny,
in many,
think annie,
young johnny

4 syllables:
aphis pomi,
until johnny,
until bobby,
appeared wholly,
appears wholly,
consist wholly,
exist wholly,
benign polyp,
berlin party,
billy bonney,
appear wholly,
appeared only,
appears only,
consist only,
exist only,
limen nasi,
uzbek party,
appear only,
bhisham sahni,
until only

5 syllables:
olympic hockey

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