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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ponies:

7 letters:
to ease,
do need,
no need,
to need,
body as


8 letters:
do these,
so these,
to seize,
to these,
who sees,
one sees,
no means,
no trees,
now need,
one each,
one need,
who need,
none has,
body has


9 letters:
how these,
now these,
one needs,
who needs,
home keys,
two means,
now seems,
to freeze,
two teams,
two trees,
who feels,
who seems,
who tries,
slowly as


10 letters:
known each,
two themes,
two wheels,
who leaves


11 letters:
throw these,
known needs,
known these,
shown these,
whose knees,
whome these,
broke these,
chose these,
close these,
dough seems,
drove these,
goat cheese,
knows these,
probe beams,
probe these,
quote these,
shows these,
smoke these,
spoke these,
stole these,
two leagues,
vogue these,
whole these,
wrote these,
endow these,
alone needs,
alone these,
above these,
doeth these,
erode these,
lower these,
above needs,
alone feels,
alone means,
alone seems,
below knees


12 letters:
growth these,
thrown these,
broach these,
clothe these,
showed these,
throws these,
whole leaves,
decode these,
denote these,
devote these,
encode these,
endows these,
expose these,
revoke these,
unload these,
alone leaves,
alone shines


13 letters:
compose these,
enclose these,
promote these,
propose these,
provoke these,
suppose these


14 letters:
approach these,
approach needs


15 letters:
transpose these


16 letters:
provolone cheese


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See ponies used in context: 10 rhymes, several books and articles.

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