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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quadri:

2 syllables:
not try,
god by,
god they,
marred by,
fuad i,
god tree,
not dry,
dot the i,
got by,
got my,
hot key,
not by,
not die,
not lie,
not my,
not see,
not shy,
not they,
not thy,
not why,
pot pie,
shot by,
spot by,
both by,
both my,
cause by,
cause they,
cause why,
cobb ty,
dog bee,
drop by,
far they,
from thee,
from thy,
hog tie,
huang di,
huang ti,
john dee,
john dewey,
john vi,
knock knee,
part i.,
prof. dewey,
squash pie,
star key,
stock by,
stop by,
wash my,
watch key,
watch my,
whom they,
from tree,
got three,
got very,
hop tree,
not cry,
not free,
not reach,
not read,
not real,
not three,
not treat,
not very,
not worry,
scot free,
shot free,
block three,
bod veal,
both real,
both very,
card key,
cause three,
cause worry,
caused by,
far cry,
from free,
from my,
from real,
from three,
from very,
hard by,
job by,
john i,
john i.


3 syllables:
bizarre dream,
bourgeois dream,
omar i,
kiang si,
passage by,
tamale pie,
whereupon they,
ascot tie,
lothair i,
a far cry,
compare three,
declare three,
embrace three


4 syllables:
valdemar i,
papaya tree,
canada by


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