Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with complexly:

2 syllables:
hex key,
lets lie,
check three,
checked by,
else by,
else they,
gets by,
hence they,
jet ski,
less by,
sense by,
sense they,
steps by,
thence by,
whence they,
air sleeve,
bless my,
bless thee,
check by,
checks these,
chess pie,
dead sleep,
death sleep,
et si,
guess they,
hence leave,
next they,
nrem sleep,
press by,
sec fee,
share roughly,
text by,
them see,
where sleep,
yet see,
cells by,
hex sign,
sex scene,
swears by,
air dry,
bell tree,
bench knee,
bend knee,
bent knee,
best by,
best they,
blessed by,
bread tree,
breadth three,
cell free,
cent by,
chair three,
chaired by

3 syllables:
address by,
assets by,
effect by,
effect they,
object by,
project by,
respect by,
respect they,
subject by,
access by,
address lease,
apex beat,
complex beauty,
complex piece,
complex realm,
complex speech,
complex theme,
complex these,
complex three,
complex weave,
defense league,
direct lease,
effects by,
express my,
objects by,
perplexed by,
previ ously,
progress by,
respects they,
subjects by,
success by,
affect sleep,
affects sleep,
complex scene,
express leave,
perfect sleep,
accept my,
accessed by,
addressed three,
ahead three,
assess three,
assessed by,
bequeathed by,
brunette beauty,
compared by,
compelled by,
content by

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