Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with shelty:

2 syllables:
cell by,
fell by,
sell my,
tell by,
tell my,
tell thee,
tell why,
well by,
well they,
bell tree,
delle teorie,
felt by,
felt my,
felt they,
air by,
bless my,
bless thee,
care by,
care they,
chair by,
check by,
chess pie,
dead by,
dead key,
death by,
death they,
death three,
debt by,
et ne,
et si,
faire mieux,
guess they,
head by,
head shy,
lead by,
met by,
met my,
pheng cheah,
press by,
sec fee,
set by,
set my,
share my,
share roughly,
sketch by,
spread by,
step by,
stressed by,
swear by,
sweat bee,
them by,
them see,
them they,
them why,
where by,
where my,
where they,
yet by,
yet my,
yet see,
yet they,
held by,
held each,
held my,
bare teeth,
bell seat,
belle meade,
bent knee,
best by,
best they,
blessed by,
bread tree,
care team,
cell free,
cells by,
cent by,
checked by,
dead tree,
delle chiese,
egg teeth

3 syllables:
access by,
addressed by,
express my,
progress by,
success by,
upset by,
compelled by,
expelled by,
propelled by,
repelled by,
upheld by,
accept my,
accessed by,
assessed by,
brunette beauty,
compel these,
content by,
depressed by,
effect by,
effect they

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