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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with make happy:

9 letters:
take many,
may apply,
have many,
made many,
said many


10 letters:
kaye danny,
said harry,
makes many,
take fancy,
today many


11 letters:
maybe harry,
makes sammy,
chain fatty,
james harry,
maybe daddy,
named annie,
named danny,
named harry,
paved alley,
plain nasty,
slave sally,
brain candy,
dates apply,
named kathy,
names apply,
rates apply,
later harry,
later apply


12 letters:
luray valley,
snake valley,
hailes abbey,
brave allies,
change alley,
hayes valley,
spade mashie,
weight fatty,
games apiece,
have carried,
lakes valley,
named carrie,
states apply,
always apply,
unlike harry,
became rabbi,
always handy,
contain many


13 letters:
greylag geese,
brain carries,
chain carries,
faith carried,
frame carried,
frame carries,
grain carried,
place carried,
plane carried,
plane carries,
plate carried,
plate carries,
slave carried,
spain carried,
stage carried,
stage carries,
state carried,
state carries,
trade carried,
train carried,
train carries,
mohave valley,
today carried,
today carries,
became allied,
became allies,
contain fatty,
remain allied,
details apply


14 letters:
straight alley,
phrase carries,
plague carried,
strain carries,
weight carried,
survey carried,
campaign rally,
exchange alley,
moraine valley,
always carried,
always carries,
assays carried,
debate carried,
female carries,
japanese kanji,
passaic valley


15 letters:
freight carried,
exclaimed harry,
brigade carried,
japanese allies


16 letters:
campaign carried,
contain caffeine,
hurricane hattie,
japanese carried,
predicates apply


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