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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ferdy:

2 syllables:
her by,
her knee,
her my,
her see,
her they,
her why,
stern knee,
durch die,
heard by,
heard my,
her deep,
spurred by,
stirred by,
third by,
word by,
word they,
wurde diese,
dirt pie,
her beauty,
her teeth,
hurt by,
hurt my,
myrrh tree,
birth these,
birth three,
bur reed,
church by,
church key,
der zeit,
earth by,
earth these,
earth three,
flour wheat,
fur piece,
fur seal,
her cheek,
her cry,
her feel,
her feet,
her free,
her knees,
her leave,
her need,
her niece,
her peace,
her real,
her seat,
her three,
her very,
learn by,
per week,
search by,
spur wheel,
term by,
turn by,
turn key,
turn my,
verse by,
work by,
work shy,
work they,
worn by,
worse by,
worth these,
worth three,
bernd heine,
bird feed,
burned by


3 syllables:
uber die,
offer by,
offer my,
offered by,
transferred by,
clear by,
clear why,
ember week,
fire by,
layer by,
offer cheap,
offer peace,
offer sheet,
offer these,
offer three,
power by,
power they,
research by,
return by,
return key,
return they,
uber geek,
unearth these,
affirmed by,
afford these,
afford three,
concerned by


4 syllables:
conferred by,
acquired by,
admiral dewey,
conferred these


Some other possibilities:

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