Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rimey:

2 syllables:
him my,
phil. i,
phil i,
pil i,
this see,
will lie,
with thee,
with thy,
being my,
bring my,
did my,
fill my,
hear my,
here my,
him by,
him die,
him see,
him they,
him why,
if my,
in my,
is my,
it my,
miss my,
near my,
still my,
swim meet,
this my,
till my,
were my,
which my,
will my,
wish my,
with my,
them my,
being by,
his knee,
il n'y,
il ne,
in. by,
in. they,
in by,
in die,
in each,
in fee,
in heat,
in key,
in need,
in thee,
in thy,
king bee,
king by,
print i,
sin by,
skin by,
string tie,
swing by,
thick knee,
thing by,
thing they,
trick knee,
win by,
arriere fee,
big lie,
bill by,
bit by,
chih hsien,
did by,
did eat,
did see,
did they,
ere they,
fear they,
grit teeth,
here by,
here they,
his ease,
his heel,
his key,
his seat,
his seed,
his tie,
hit by,
ids i,
if by,
if each,
if they,
if thy,
is by,
is each


3 syllables:
clovis i,
until my,
become my,
asking why,
appear by,
appear roughly,
career by,
clear by,
clear why,
ii by


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