Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dopey:

2 syllables:
cow pie,
blow by,
do by,
flow by,
go by,
grow by,
low by,
now by,
so by,
to by,
two by,
who by,
bow knee,
bow tie,
do my,
do see,
do they,
go see,
ho chi,
how my,
how they,
lo fi,
low fi,
mo ti,
mo zi,
now my,
now see,
now they,
now why,
one knee,
owe my,
so my,
so they,
so why,
to die,
to lie,
to my,
to see,
to thee,
to thy,
to tie,
to why,
two key,
who die,
who see,
who they,
bo peep,
bow piece,
do i.,
dough piece,
hope by,
hope my,
hope they,
mo pete,
no. i.,
no peace,
to peace,
two piece,
two ply,
blown by,
close by,
code by,
does by,
drone bee,
flown by,
goal by,
goes by,
growth by,
home by,
known by,
kobe beef,
lose by,
low beam,
mode by,
note by,
now been,
one by,
owed by,
plow beam,
road by,
role by,
roll by,
rome by,
rose by,
shown by,
stone by,
those by,
throne by,
thrown by,
to beat,
two beat,
vote by

3 syllables:
unto my,
unto thee,
unto thy,
above by,
alone by,
approach by,
denote by

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