Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rely on:

2 syllables:
feel an

3 syllables:
freely eaten,
freely in,
been eaten,
been even,
by brian,
by reason,
by region,
chi chi man,
dry season,
freely as,
mini van,
my reason,
ready when,
see reason,
seen even,
theory can,
very reason,
meals eaten,
my client,
real reason,
see even,
three legions,
easy in,
ready in,
theory in,
treaty in,
easy as,
media as,
media l.,
ready as,
theory as,
theory has,
treaty as,
clearly an,
deeply in,
early heian,
mallee hen,
reply in,
truly an,
weekly in,
wheelie bin,
wheely bin,
been beaten,
bleak region,
brief season,
by legal,
by sea,
by steven,
cheek region,
creek region,
creep region,
deeply as,
dry seasons,
each region,
each season,
greek reason,
greek region,
green region,
green season,
knees weaken,
league season,
leave milan,
leaves eaten,
marine region

4 syllables:
already an,
already done,
already eaten,
already won,
entry region,
media in,
complete lesion,
completely eaten,
pontine lesion,
already in,
already has,
completely in,
freely enough,
a greegree man,
already slain,
college season,
completely as,
concrete reason,
degree weakened,
drier region,
drier season,
either eaten,
freely uttered,
genius in,
h ii region,
hii region,
kharif season,
louis hemon

5 syllables:
pharyngeal region,
already hidden,
already often,
armenia and,
bohemia and

7 syllables:
nasopharyngeal region

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