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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with man friday:

3 syllables:
lunch today,
front today,
hundred days,
hundred eight,
parent today,
stuff today,
comes today,
drunk today,
clubs today,
drugs today,
judged today,
wales today,
young today,
blood today,
dutch frigate,
funds today,
judge today,
parents today,
runs away,
stress today,
stun grenade,
twice today,
u.s.s.r. today,
but today,
can remain,
done away,
hundred weight,
ran away,
run away,
pas de calais,
pulse delay,
friend today,
hence today,
sense today,
signed today,
since today,
spend today,
trend today,
beautiful day,
comes away,
lungs remain,
some delay,
young malay

4 syllables:
ireland today,
begun today,
confront today,
extent today,
becomes today,
become today,
advice today,
agents today,
arise today,
conduct today,
current relay,
ended today,
extent remain,
office today,
product today,
reigns today,
result today,
ruins today,
running today,
science today,
sunday today,
under today,
wonder today,
urban retail,
current today,
funny today,
hundred aurei,
money today,
suffer today,
sunny today,
urban female,
attend today,
convinced today,
defense today,
allan a dale,
coming today,
commerce today,
famous today,
number today

5 syllables:
agency today,
becoming today

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