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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with foamy:

2 syllables:
do my,
how my,
now my,
owe my,
so my,
to my,
bow knee,
one knee,
blow by,
bow tie,
cow pie,
do by,
do see,
do they,
flow by,
go by,
go see,
grow by,
ho chi,
how they,
lo fi,
low by,
low fi,
low key,
mo ti,
mo zi,
now by,
now see,
now they,
now why,
so by,
so they,
so why,
to by,
to die,
to lie,
to see,
to thee,
to thy,
to tie,
to why,
two by,
two key,
who by,
who die,
who see,
who they,
broke my,
close my,
cow meat,
do i.,
do mean,
do re mi,
does my,
home by,
home key,
home they,
hope my,
lose my,
no. i.,
no mean,
rome by,
so mean,
to mean,
to meet,
who meet,
wrote my,
blown by,
bow the knee,
bowed knee,
do need,
drone bee,
flown by,
known by,
known each,
no need,
now need,
one by,
one each,
one key,
one need,
one they,
shown by,
stone by,
throne by,
thrown by,
to need,
who need


3 syllables:
unto my,
unto thee,
unto thy,
above my,
who am i,
enjoy my,
alone by,
alone they,
above by,
above each,
approach by,
approach each


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See foamy used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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