Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with wittily:

3 syllables:
his ally,
michael i,
siml i,
fitzhugh lee,
it fully,
little by,
little ease,
little heed,
little league,
little they,
him money,
ling honey,
philip i,
thick honey,
with honey,
fiddle de dee,
being fully,
bitten by,
cited by,
fitted by,
is fully,
kitchen lee,
kitten heel,
michel ney,
nitta tree,
sheer relief,
simpl i,
spring a leak,
spring fully,
still fully,
still lovely,
there fully,
thing fully,
triple league,
were fully,
which fully,
written by,
brittle leaves,
christ fully,
it safely,
its supply,
kitul tree,
little beach,
little beauty,
little heaps,
little leaves,
little need,
little niece,
little peace,
little piece,
little real,
little scene,
little sheet,
little sign,
little teeth,
little these,
little three,
little wheat,
little wheel,
written lease,
bysshe shelley,
cousin nellie

4 syllables:
commit fully,
virgin honey,
admitted by,
appear fully,
commit money,
committed by,
emitted by,
official league,
official leave,
omitted by,
permitted by,
submitted by,
transmit money,
transmitted by,
until fully,
until lately,
belittle these,
cited early,
exist fully,
little annie,
little early,
little harry,
little heavy,
little honey,
little lady,
skittle alley,
submit humbly,
written early,
written wholly,
admit any,
commit any,
i tell a lie

5 syllables:
admitted early,
committed daily,
committed wholly,
permitted early,
submitted early,
transmitted daily

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See wittily used in context: 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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