How can I express the idea that one word sounds like another?
As a concrete example, I wanted to say,
「フライアー」sounds like 「fryer」.
Looking in dictionaries (wadoku/jisho) for "sound like" turns up 「がましい」, but I could only find one example sentence with that phrase on tatoeba, and it was used in a different way ("that sounds too forward").
Is there a better way to express what I want to say? Or, if がましい is actually correct, how exactly would I use this expression?