Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with promontory:

2 syllables:
giant three

3 syllables:
john torrey,
john doree,
john paul i,
not sorry,
pot pourri,
john dories,
stock story,
john aubrey,
class story,
house story,
watched harry,
from forty,
john mauchly,
not foresee,
star glory,
top forty,
brown story,
giant hairy,
mount oread,
own story,
chart story,
dropped forty,
month ordeal,
sob stories,
stock stories,
pond hockey,
although by,
although dewey,
although my,
although they,
heart happy,
heart wholly,
most happy,
top totty,
watched annie,
count harry

4 syllables:
bizarre story,
bizarre stories,
jonah story,
lamont poetry,
enough story,
balmer lawrie,
carter hawley,
john paul ii,
advance story,
maison doree,
bishop torry,
compare stories,
holly story,
police story,
proper story,
robert lowry,
canaan valley,
enough glory,
garonne valley,
common story,
dosso dossi,
fontaine maury,
modern story,
spanish story

5 syllables:
giovanni rossi,
montagu corry,
another story,
chicano poetry

6 syllables:
mahabharata story

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