Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with primacy:

3 syllables:
him money,
siml i,
ling honey,
his ally,
michael i,
philip i,
thick honey,
with honey,
beer money,
big money,
big muddy,
bring money,
dear money,
device by,
his money,
if money,
image by,
in money,
is money,
near money,
pin money,
pouring money,
quick money,
ship money,
simpl i,
swiss money,
there money,
there receive,
thick muddy,
thing money,
this money,
tithe money,
which money,
wiring money,
with money,
wring money,
image scene,
comb honey,
him any,
some money,
them money,
being fully,
being funny,
cousin sophie,
gin rummy,
linda scheie,
minute by,
minute teeth,
spring a leak,
spring fully,
thing fully,
thing funny,
touching appeal,
bitten by,
chicken pie,
cited by,
cricket teal,
fiddle de dee,
fitted by,
fitzhugh lee,
given by,
given my,
heareth these,
hidden by,
his appeal,
his safety

4 syllables:
virgin honey,
adding money,
asking money,
clear money,
commit money,
cyrus ii,
religious scene,
transmit money,
until money,
limen nasi,
become muddy,
extra money,
marcellus i,
appear fuzzy,
addition they,
admission fee,
admitted by,
appear fully,
avila beach,
clear sunny,
commission by,
commit fully,
committed by,
condition by,
decision by,
division by,
emitted by,
forbidden by,
ignition key

5 syllables:
acquisition by,
acquisition fee,
criteria by,
definition by,
granadilla tree

Some other possibilities:

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