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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with malagasy:

8 letters:
not many,
saw many


9 letters:
from many,
not happy,
whom many,
not apply,
not fancy,
hot toddy,
hot totty,
know many,
damasus i


10 letters:
rock candy,
most happy,
back alley,
haidar ali,
more happy,
not wholly,
slap happy,
than happy,
that happy,
that harry


11 letters:
smock alley,
prof. harry,
roche abbey,
donne aussi,
cause fatty,
heart happy,
prof. laski,
cross abbey,
doubt happy,
flash harry,
staff happy,
though many,
torre abbey,
dakar rally,
about harry,
uriah tracy


12 letters:
bache halsey,
lodge valley,
moche valley,
scott valley,
somme valley,
chaque annee,
squaw valley,
awash valley,
father happy,
father harry,
lamar valley,
madame patti,
wholly happy,
bonny lassie,
roger hamley,
before harry,
roger anstey


13 letters:
scotch lassie,
stock carried,
stock carries,
watched annie,
watched harry,
brought harry,
thought annie,
thought harry,
canaan valley,
tulare valley,
bonnie lassie,
roger chaffee,
because harry,
horace holley,
father grassi,
another happy,
tornado alley,
vardar valley


14 letters:
bedrock valley,
garonne valley,
clogher valley,
giovanni gaddi


15 letters:
onondaga valley


16 letters:
bourgeois ladies,
bourgeois allies



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