Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with homonymy:

8 letters:
to italy,
no enemy


9 letters:
no family,
to family


10 letters:
low comedy,
pro family,
no company,
one family


11 letters:
roman money,
roman deity,
crow family,
known enemy,
whole enemy,
token money,
coconut shy,
bogus money,
local money,
total money,
voted money,
bosom buddy,
rose family,
so suddenly,
aloe family,
noble enemy,
roman italy


12 letters:
golden honey,
stone canopy,
close canopy,
coconut tree,
sold a dummy,
coconut meat,
moment fully,
roman belief,
roman defeat,
roman relief,
global money,
known agency,
known family,
stone family,
close family,
gross family,
grove family,
prose comedy,
those family,
who suddenly,
whole comedy,
whole family,
whose agency,
whose family,
lower canopy,
broken enemy,
mobile enemy,
above family,
lower family,
roman comedy,
roman family


13 letters:
trojan aeneas,
kola nut tree,
roman college,
unknown enemy,
parole agency,
remote family,
anova summary


14 letters:
whose untimely,
escrow company,
unknown agency,
unknown family,
arose suddenly,
promote family


15 letters:
promotion money,
arizona college,
primrose family,
thorough family,
ferocious enemy


16 letters:
manigault family


Some other possibilities:

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