Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with oakey:

2 syllables:
two key,
home key,
nose key,
one key

3 syllables:
how happy,
lo ammi,
meaux abbey,
so happy,
co allies,
combe abbey,
do many,
how many,
no canny,
now apply,
now many,
pros. atty,
pros atty,
so many,
those happy,
to apply,
to many,
to rally,
to sally,
who apply,
whose happy,
wrote annie,
wrote harry,
so angry,
close allies,
colne valley,
how badly,
low calorie,
now carried,
old harry,
one many,
rhone valley,
rogue valley,
shows patchy,
so badly,
stone valley,
those many,
to pass by,
two ladies,
who carried,
who carries,
whole allied,
whole valley,
wrote fanny,
wrote many,
post hackney,
slovak league

4 syllables:
lower abbey,
enjoy happy,
above apply,
lower fatty,
lower valley,
narrow alley,
owner harry,
remote valley,
saone valley,
toward annie,
toward harry,
embryo vaccine

5 syllables:
tornado alley

Some other possibilities:

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