Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with kabaddi:

3 syllables:
slap happy,
back alley,
chaque annee,
flash harry,
staff happy,
than happy,
that happy,
that harry,
scratchpad i,
mack daddy,
black patti,
capt. harry,
tappan zee,
that anti,
and happy,
at many,
at valley,
black carib,
black crappie,
black mallee,
black mammy,
black sally,
black valley,
cache valley,
class allies,
drang valley,
grande allee,
grass valley,
had many,
klang valley,
kuram valley,
kurram valley,
platte valley,
shaft alley,
shall allege,
shall apply,
than many,
thank harry,
thank kathy,
that apply,
that many,
what many,
though badly,
bag ladies,
black babies,
black ladies,
black sandy,
class ladies,
crack babies,
glass candy,
back copy,
black coffee,
brought harry,
cross abbey,
doubt happy,
from many,
grass hockey,
know many,
more happy,
not happy,
prof. harry,
roche abbey,
saw many,
shall wholly,
smock alley,
squaw valley,
though many,
thought annie,
thought harry,
torre abbey,
whom many,
ached badly,
lagged badly

4 syllables:
rabbi harry,
happy happy,
happy harry,
assam valley,
attack allied,
attack carried,
dibang valley,
harry harry,
manny hanny,
many happy,
rather happy,
whalley abbey,
ariane dewey,
flashback query,
gaddo gaddi,
kabaw valley,
wacky baccy,
wacky backy,
about harry,
because harry,
before harry,
dakar rally,
rather badly,
react badly

5 syllables:
really happy,
really handy,
really badly

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