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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with daisy:

2 syllables:
de lacy,
may see,
this see


3 syllables:
grape ivy,
maybe billy,
saying they,
case ii,
gay disease,
grade disease,
grade ii,
laying siege,
may exceed,
phase ii,
plate ii,
stage ii,
the gay disease,
pay any,
play any,
play hooky,
weigh heavy,
an icy,
clovis i,
cake kidney,
facing each,
james hickey,
laying these,
laying three,
making by,
making each,
making my,
mating tie,
may imply,
may indeed,
maybe jimmy,
paying these,
paying three,
plain silly,
playing piece,
playing these,
playing three,
raising bee,
saying piece,
saying these,
saying three,
spray machine,
staying three,
straying sheep,
taking my,
training by,
weigh fifty,
weighing these,
weighing three,
x-ray machine,
x ray machine,
always see,
brain disease,
chain disease,
dating scene,
davis seemed,
davis seems,
fabere sign,
grain whisky,
grave disease,
hague visby,
james ii,
named disease,
native scene


4 syllables:
away any,
became dizzy,
basic query,
became giddy,
conway twitty,
decaying teeth,
engraving by,
explaining why,
laying heavy,
mayor jimmy,
mayor willie,
mayor willy,
obeying these,
paying any,
paying heavy,
playing hockey,
playing hookey,
playing hooky,
portraying these,
retaining fee,
weighing eighty,
weighing heavy,
always exceed,
always risky,
behave nicely,
contain disease,
create disease,
delay exceeds,
explain disease,
female disease


5 syllables:
japanese ivy,
faraway cities,
aggregate exceed


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