Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with plaguy:

2 syllables:
black eye,
at high,
catch eye,
glad eye,
glass eye,
had high,
hwang hai,
than high,
that high,
bad guy,
fat guy,
that guy,
black eyes,
black isle,
black kite,
black tai,
blacks eye,
lac dye,
stack height,
track height,
and high,
at time,
cats eye,
class size,
crabs eye,
fat tide,
flat tyre,
glance eye,
glass eyes,
graham might,
grass height,
had died,
had eyes,
hand dye,
laugh line,
laugh right,
laugh while,
pad thai,
sat tight,
shall light,
shall live,
slant eye,
than nine,
that height,
that time,
that type,
what time,
what type,
bag pipe,
drag line,
gag line,
lag time,
shall give,
shall guide,
stag night,
tag line,
than give,
that give,
that guide,
cock eye,
hawk eye,
all high,
bong eye,
both high,
brown eye,
caught eye,
cross eye,
for high,
from high,
got eye,
huang hai,
more high,
not high,
or high,
wall eye,
watch eye,
your eye,
your high,
fall guy,
klieg eye,
back dive,
back light,
back like,
back line,
back nine,
back side,
back while

3 syllables:
chiang kai,
chiang mai,
fatty eye,
many high,
potash lye,
rather high,
among high,
mao tai,
attack might,
attack right,
attack while,
attack white

4 syllables:
abraham might

Some other possibilities:

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See plaguy used in context: 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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