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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with husbandly:

8 letters:
has many,
was many


9 letters:
was badly,
was angry


10 letters:
husband by,
was vastly,
must apply


11 letters:
comes handy,
cut and dry,
young dandy,
up the ante,
begun badly,
ended badly,
added sadly,
ended sadly,
uncle sandy,
money badly


12 letters:
clung damply,
clung fondly,
k'tut tantri,
become badly,
added vastly,
number handy,
suffer badly,
losing badly,
others badly,
urban shanty


13 letters:
husband leave,
husband these,
husband three,
husband beats,
husband feels,
husband keeps,
husband means,
husband meant,
husband needs,
husband seeks,
husband seems,
husband speak,
husband steve,
husband tries,
judge bradley,
judge soundly,
husband early,
husband happy,
husband harry,
becomes badly,
husband larry,
husband louis,
alice bradley,
become vastly,
husband henry,
husband jerry,
alice langley,
suffers badly


14 letters:
husband leaves,
husbands leave,
husband seemed,
husband sleeps,
husband denied,
husband worthy,
urban boundary,
becomes vastly,
husband merely,
husband rarely,
adrian dantley


15 letters:
husband reached,
stress boundary,
afghan boundary,
husband charlie


16 letters:
somewhat roughly


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