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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with primary care:

3 syllables:
dairy where,
ferry where,
hairy tare,
marry where,
prairie where,
marie claire,
prairie hare,
any fair,
any pair,
any share,
any where,
belly where,
delhi where,
heavy chair,
heavy share,
jetty where,
settee where,
teddy bear,
any air,
belleek ware,
carey baird,
carry spare,
heavy cares,
henri peyre,
merely share,
merely where,
petty cares,
prairies where,
series aired,
series share,
series where,
carry there,
ferry there,
garry moore,
jerry moore,
larry moore,
marie pierre,
marry there,
merry cheer,
tarry there,
terry moore,
steady glare,
barry scheck,
bury them,
carry death,
carry them,
denied where,
eddies where,
fairy bell,
hairy vetch,
healthy share,
heavy chairs,
jenny blair,
mary beth,
penny shares,
plenty where,
steady stare,
teddy bears,
fairly shared

4 syllables:
granary where,
library chair,
library where,
binary pairs,
bury their,
carry their,
ferry affair,
ferry their,
marry their,
library there,
binary cell,
deny their,
every chair,
every share,
every where,
memory where,
messy affair,
petty affair,
steady their,
treasury share,
treasury where,
burial where,
carrying chair,
charity where,
clarity where,
eddie o'hare

5 syllables:
necessary share,
necessary where,
bavaria where,
bulgaria where,
commissary blair,
necessary spare,
scenario where,
necessary there,
necessary check,
necessary death,
salutary check,
library career,
necessary chore,
necessary here

6 syllables:
necessary their

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