Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with property:

3 syllables:
robert i,
roger touhy,
cause early,
father by,
father early,
from early,
occur by,
potter bee,
stock early,
robert e. lee,
robert e lee,
robert heine,
chopper wheel,
copper beech,
copper piece,
copper sheath,
copper sheet,
copper wheel,
dropped early,
father teach,
from thirty,
harper lee,
not hurry,
prof. perry,
proper peace,
proper piece,
proper realm,
proper scene,
proper theme,
proper three,
stopped early,
copper steel,
dropped thirty,
poplar tree,
proper routine,
sharper teeth,
south thirty,
though thirty,
bothered by,
favoured by,
harbor early,
honored by,
honoured by,
occurred by,
acre feet,
arthur lee,
bother these,
cause worthy,
caused early,
doctor early,
dollar piece,
dollar sign,
dollars each,
father kneipp,
father leave,
father rhine,
father these,
father three,
fodder beet,
france early,
from turkey,
honor these,
locke clearly

4 syllables:
another by,
another early,
another key,
another they,
awake early,
compare early,
passage early,
prepare early,
ad hoc query,
operate by,
proper deity,
another piece,
another realm,
another scene,
another sheet,
another sign,
another theme,
another these,
another three,
another very,
another week,
another worry,
ayaan hirsi,
bois durci,
depart early,
departure early,
depot journey,
father happy,
father harry,
father healy,
father hurley,
follow early

5 syllables:
another happy,
another heavy,
another highly,
canada early,
chicago early

Some other possibilities:

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