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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quandary:

2 syllables:
and dry,
and by,
and my,
and see,
and they,
and thy,
and why,
banned by,
hand by,
hand they,
land by,
land they,
manned by,
pan fry,
planned by,
spanned by,
stand by,
than three,
and die,
and free,
and i.,
and read,
and real,
and three,
and try,
and very,
grand dream,
grand jury,
hand tree,
planned three,
sand reed,
spanned three,
stand three,
marang tree,
palm tree,
ash tree,
crab tree,
grass tree,
jack tree,
pad tree,
plant by,
red-black tree,
sack tree,
shall try,
staff tree,
tant mieux,
thatch tree,
trap tree,
at three,
at very,
barred by,
black three,
catch three,
chance they,
class three,
dragged by,
fat free,
glass three,
grabbed my,
had free,
had three,
had very,
match three,
plans by,
range by,
shall worry,
stack three,
staff three,
tack free,
that free,
that three,
that very,
track three,
damp dry,
grant three,
hat tree,
plant three,
plant trees,
scant three,
that tree,
and beat,
and beauty,
and been,
and cheese,
and feed,
and feel,
and feet,
and keep,
and leave,
and mean,
and meet


3 syllables:
japan three,
high and dry,
i and i,
vacant by,
advance by,
attach three,
attack three,
advance three


5 syllables:
alexander vi


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