Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with timpani:

7 letters:
nicol i,
in only,
if only,
is only,
it only,
in many

8 letters:
him only,
his copy,
in party,
is party,
its only,
him many,
fit only,
his only

9 letters:
his folly,
this copy,
his party,
is wholly,
here only,
this only,
were only,
will only,
with only,
year only

10 letters:
jim carrey,
his coffee,
since only,
think only,
beer party,
this party,
whig party,
with party,
years only,
being only,
thing only,
still only,
there only,
which only,
aphis pomi,
exist only,
limen nasi,
until only

11 letters:
drip coffee,
guild hobby,
sheer folly,
with coffee,
being party,
slim bodied,
things only,
mitt romney,
split party,
swiss party,
were wholly,
which party,
think annie,
until bobby,
uzbek party,
appear only

12 letters:
cousin bobby,
bring coffee,
cousin dolly,
cousin molly,
drink coffee,
built wholly,
lives wholly,
spill coffee,
singh bhangi,
being wholly,
firing party,
hiring party,
prince dhani,
smith barney,
spring party,
thing wholly,
think johnny,
bridge party,
quick coffee,
still wholly,
thick coffee,
cousin fanny,
young johnny,
until johnny,
exist wholly,
benign polyp,
berlin party,
billy bonney,
appears only,
consist only

13 letters:
cousin johnny,
things wholly,
pierre franey,
appear wholly,
appeared only,
bhisham sahni

14 letters:
pouring coffee,
appears wholly,
consist wholly,
olympic hockey

15 letters:
sleighing party,
appeared wholly

Some other possibilities:

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