Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with haredi:

3 syllables:
bear any,
where any,
where heavy,
breath heavy,
delle leggi,
hetch hetchy,
sell any,
them any,
yet any,
bear berry,
bears heavy,
claire marie,
derek keene,
friend eddie,
spare penny,
wears heavy,
where henry,
where marie,
where shelley,
hear any,
here any,
there any,
were any,
were heavy,
beneath my,
beneath these,
beneath three,
betel leaf,
dealt heavy,
death henry,
felt any,
french heavy,
fresh berry,
fresh dairy,
friend debbie,
lest any,
press series,
send any,
twelve heavy,
chair ready,
jaipal reddy,
para i,
chair empty,
dressed pretty,
guess pretty,
smell pretty,
spread pretty,
swear fealty,
where entry,
air engine,
belle prairie,
cesar pelli

4 syllables:
express any,
possess any,
carry any,
carry heavy,
pretty heady,
steady eddie,
their heavy,
chenna reddy,
sekar reddy,
appear heavy,
uncle eddie,
accept any,
accept heavy,
affect any,
ahead carry,
deny any,
detect any,
empress marie,
ever any,
except heavy,
expect any,
expect heavy,
express dairy,
heavy heavy,
janet marie,
never any,
percent heavy,
pretty hairy,
pretty heavy,
prevent any,
prevent heavy,
progress series,
recent heavy,
reject any,
select any,
success series,
whether any,
whether heavy,
thereto by,
airy fairy,
bearing heavy,
beri beri,
fairly heavy,
gerry kelly,
hairy belly,
marie henri,
marie henry

6 syllables:
necessary heavy

Some other possibilities:

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