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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ternary:

4 syllables:
better marry,
never marry,
better carry,
never carry,
never weary,
clear carry,
dejure belli,
leather settee,
pepper jelly,
sekar reddy,
letter merely,
measure merely,
never married,
never merely,
pleasure merely,
refer merely,
seller merely,
whether married,
whether merely,
error series,
ever any,
gloucester ferry,
lesser prairie,
letter series,
letters carry,
never any,
never fairly,
never wearied,
never wearies,
pepper berries,
whether any,
whether heavy,
clear jelly,
whether henry


5 syllables:
declared henry,
professor barry,
professor berry,
professor jerry,
professor larry,
professor terry,
together carry,
professor kelly,
together merely,
whoever marries,
director barry,
director jerry,
director larry,
director terry,
however weary,
professor jeffrey,
professor petrie,
professors henry,
together fairly,
professor henri,
professor henry,
successor henry


6 syllables:
declared every,
libraries carry,
aharon yariv,
professor newberry


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