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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with goggly:

2 syllables:
dog bee,
hog tie,
not lie,
dog leech,
zog i,
knock knee,
stock by,
both by,
both my,
cause by,
cause they,
cause why,
cobb ty,
dot the i,
drop by,
far they,
from thee,
from thy,
god by,
god they,
got by,
got my,
hot key,
huang di,
huang ti,
john dee,
john dewey,
john vi,
marred by,
not by,
not die,
not my,
not see,
not shy,
not they,
not thy,
not try,
not why,
part i.,
pot pie,
prof. dewey,
shot by,
spot by,
squash pie,
star key,
stop by,
wash my,
watch key,
watch my,
whom they,
bog bean,
charles i,
charles i.,
charles xi,
cog wheel,
dog cheap,
dog meat,
dog wheat,
drop leaf,
frog cheese,
from my,
fuad i,
hog tied,
job by,
john i,
john i.,
john leech,
log reel,
not leave,
scott schley,
square league,
whom my,
dog sleep,
ang lee,
ann lee,
bags i,
or lie,
that lee,
that lie,
though roughly,
block these,
block three,
blocked by,
bob cousy,
box by,
box seat,
cock cheese


3 syllables:
kiang si,
passage by,
tamale pie,
whereupon they,
ago by,
ago they,
ascot tie,
basil i,
omar i,
roger touhy,
a far cry


4 syllables:
valdemar i,
chicago league


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