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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with blackbody:

3 syllables:
black bodies,
black molly,
palm toddy,
back copy,
black coffee,
cracked bodies,
grass poly,
packed bodies,
brass coffee,
cash johnny,
drank coffee,
glass coffee,
lap choly,
passed wholly,
stand wholly,
surat thani,
black party,
chaque partie,
mack daddy,
jacques tati,
act only,
asked holly,
asked tommy,
dalle quali,
fact only,
frank hardy,
grass hockey,
had barely,
plant hardy,
shall barely,
shall wholly,
takes only,
track closely,
asked bobby,
asked bonnie,
asked hardy,
back only,
black areas,
black patti,
grand bodies,
massed bodies,
plant bodies,
stack areas,
takes hardly,
tanned bodies,
valve bodies,
scratchpad i,
stag party,
although dewey,
black crappie,
black mallee,
black mammy,
black sally,
black valley,
class party,
orr bobby,
sangh party,
staff party,
that party,
thought bobby,
at monte,
langue latine,
ragged volley


4 syllables:
a$ap rocky,
decaf coffee,
japan lobby,
abstract areas,
contact areas,
contact jossey,
dacus oleae,
exact areas,
hiram barney,
battered bodies,
detached bodies,
fatty bodies,
janice boddy,
latter bodies,
scattered bodies,
shallow bodied,
shallow bodies,
shattered bodies,
about bobby,
because bobby,
again wholly,
baggy khaki,
package bodies


5 syllables:
aromatic bodies,
ceramic bodies,
chromatic bodies


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