Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with calgary:

2 syllables:
shall try,
shall worry,
shall greet,
shall grieve,
als die,
alt key,
and dry,
ash tree,
at three,
at very,
black three,
catch three,
class three,
crab tree,
fat free,
glass three,
grass tree,
had free,
had three,
had very,
jack tree,
marang tree,
match three,
pad tree,
palm tree,
pan fry,
red-black tree,
sack tree,
stack three,
staff three,
staff tree,
tack free,
than three,
that free,
that three,
that very,
thatch tree,
track three,
trap tree,
shall creep,
at green,
bags i,
black grease,
black green,
graham green,
graham greene,
grass green,
hat tree,
matte green,
palm grease,
pratt green,
sap green,
shall breed,
shall by,
shall die,
shall dream,
shall freeze,
shall gleam,
shall preach,
shall see,
shall surely,
shall they,
shall treat,
that greek,
that green,
that tree,
ask my,
ask why,
bank by,
frank fee,
ralph green,
shall lie,
shall reach,
shall read,
task by,
thank my,
thank thee,
act by,
and by,
and my,
and see,
and they,
and thy

3 syllables:
attach three,
attack three,
japan three,
allow three,
attack greece,
tallow tree,
valley three,
value free,
value three,
sally green,
shallow green,
valley green,
advance by

4 syllables:
really three,
really very,
really worry,
really green

Some other possibilities:

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