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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with homely:

2 syllables:
home by,
home key,
home they,
rome by,
to flee,
two ply,
do my,
how my,
now my,
owe my,
so my,
to lie,
to my,
blown by,
drone bee,
flown by,
known by,
one by,
one key,
one they,
shown by,
stone by,
throne by,
thrown by,
blow dry,
bo tree,
bow the knee,
bowed knee,
broke my,
close by,
close my,
coat tree,
code by,
could die,
cow tree,
do re mi,
do try,
do very,
does by,
does my,
eau de vie,
eaux de vie,
go free,
go very,
goal by,
goes by,
grow very,
growth by,
hope by,
hope my,
hope they,
how very,
knows why,
lose by,
lose my,
mode by,
no free,
no very,
nose key,
note by,
now free,
now three,
now try,
now very,
owed by,
road by,
role by,
role they,
roll by,
rose by,
shoe tree,
should die,
so dry,
so free,
so very,
those by,
those they,
throw three,
to cry,
to dry,
to free,
to three,
to try,
to very,
to worry,
two three,
two very,
vote by,
who try,
whole by,
would die,
wrote my


3 syllables:
unto my,
alone by,
alone they,
above by,
above my,
approach by,
denote by,
suppose they


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See homely used in context: 13 rhymes, 13 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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