Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with run by:

2 syllables:
can die,
can lie,
can see,
can they,
done my,
gun shy,
man die,
man they,
men they,
non si,
then my,
then see,
then they,
then why,
wen li,
wen ti,
when my,
when they,
can beat,
gen y,
man i,
then been,
come see,
hum vee,
mud pie,
some key,
tongue tie,
but my,
but see,
but they,
but try,
but why,
cup tie,
cut my,
del rey,
get my,
get thee,
has my,
la tène,
let lie,
let my,
let thy,
love my,
love thee,
love thy,
much my,
much they,
nut tree,
put my,
rev. sci,
shut my,
stud fee,
such they,
thus they,
up my,
up they,
was my,
was they,
was why,
ya rly,
drum beat,
hung beef,
mung bean,
when peace,
yam bean,
young beauty,
young beech,
blunt teeth,
buck bean,
can deal,
can feed,
can feel,
can keep,
can leave,
can mean,
can meet,
can reach,
can read,
can seek,
can seem,
can teach

3 syllables:
urban vi,
honey bee,
ion beam,
urban beauty,
as as pie,
alice dewey,
extra dry,
extra three,
uncle louie,
unless they,
become my,
a done deal,
added beauty,
algol y,
ancon sheep,
begun these,
begun three,
busy bee

4 syllables:
adrian vi

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