Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with infantry:

3 syllables:
linden tree,
infant three,
infant tries,
spindle tree,
linden trees,
quicken tree,
ribbon tree,
whitten tree,
wicken tree,
income three,
infants reach,
shingle tree,
billion three,
citrus tree,
input three,
million three,
printed three,
ridden three,
since entry,
syngman rhee,
billion trees,
chicken fry,
distant realm,
distant three,
distant trees,
given free,
given three,
in concrete,
in mufti,
in safety,
indus tries,
kitul tree,
million trees,
minute three,
pipal tree,
pippul tree,
prince saionji,
prison three,
risen three,
shittah tree,
siris tree,
vincent peale,
winson green,
written three,
quinine tree,
being funny,
thing funny,
clinton street,
in money,
infant feeds,
infant feels,
infant leaves,
infant needs,
infant queen,
infant seats,
infant seeks,
infant seemed,
infant seems,
infant sleep,
infant speech,
infants seemed,
infants sleep,
input trees,
instant three,
kindled by,
linden street,
minute by,
nitta tree,
pin money,
pinion teeth

4 syllables:
contingent fee,
opinion three,
quinlan terry,
infant henry,
commitment by,
commitment fee,
reprinted three,
addition three,
commission three,
condition three,
decision three,
division three,
innocent xi,
opinion by,
red silk-cotton tree,
red silk cotton tree,
resistant trees,
silk-cotton tree,
silk cotton tree,
until finely,
vincent newey,
cinnamon trees,
decision trees,
indian trees,
infant hygiene

5 syllables:
opinion agree,
proposition three,
coniferous tree,
granadilla tree

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