Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with teddy bear:

3 syllables:
any pair,
jetty where,
settee where,
any fair,
any share,
any where,
belly where,
dairy where,
delhi where,
ferry where,
hairy tare,
heavy chair,
heavy share,
marry where,
prairie where,
any air,
carey baird,
eddies where,
jenny blair,
prairie hare,
steady glare,
steady stare,
eddie moore,
steady shear,
steady there,
carry spare,
henri peyre,
petty cares,
plenty where,
belleek ware,
denied where,
fairy bell,
healthy share,
heavy cares,
heavy chairs,
jessie belle,
marie claire,
mary beth,
merely share,
merely where,
penny shares,
prairies where,
series aired,
series share,
series where,
betsy blair,
steady pressure,
eddie leonard,
eddie stared,
henry blair,
pretty pierre,
series bears,
spreadsheet where,
steady breath,
betty moore,
marie pierre,
pretty there,
any fear,
any year,
belly there,
carry there

4 syllables:
granary where,
library chair,
library where,
primary care,
primary air,
steady their,
eddie o'hare,
binary pairs,
petty affair,
bury their,
carry their,
deny their,
every chair,
every share,
every where,
ferry affair,
ferry their,
marry their,
memory where,
messy affair,
treasury share,
treasury where,
deadly affair,
medina where,
readied their,
readily share,
readily where,
remedy where,
entity where,
equity share,
equity where

5 syllables:
necessary share,
necessary where,
commissary blair,
necessary spare,
bavaria where,
bulgaria where,
scenario where

6 syllables:
necessary their

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