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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with propensity:

4 syllables:
known entity,
whole entity,
whose enmity,
bone density,
gross density,
known density,
smoke density,
whose density,
no penalty,
women fully,
closed entity,
co legatee,
known enemy,
known entities,
owned entity,
those entities,
whole enemy,
joseph leidy,
no enemy,
shows empathy,
two entities,
how carefully,
so carefully,
spoke carefully,
no remedy,
roman deity,
to remedy,
stroke penalty,
whole penalty,
wrote emily


5 syllables:
alone entity,
remote entity,
unknown entity,
lower density,
trichome density,
unknown density,
growing enmity,
growing entity,
unknown enemy,
unknown entities,
above parity,
growing density,
lower densities,
molar density,
promote empathy,
shadow density,
showing density,
sowing density,
doping density,
women easily


6 syllables:
ongoing entity,
ozone density


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