Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pruriently:

2 syllables:
bean tree,
meant by,
meant they,
meant roughly,
beam tree,
cleaned by,
neem tree,
screened by,
bead tree,
beech tree,
been free,
been three,
been very,
beinn bhreagh,
by the sly,
deal tree,
each tree,
east by,
green beauty,
green three,
greens fee,
least by,
least they,
mean free,
means by,
means they,
peach tree,
pleased by,
preached by,
reached by,
reached my,
routine three,
scene three,
screen three,
speak roughly,
wheel tree,
bean trees,
beauty beauty,
bee tree,
been by,
been my,
by the lee,
clean clean,
eat my,
feet by,
free tree,
green fee,
green trees,
green tweed,
heat by,
least leave,
least roughly,
marine fleet,
mean by,
mean they,
means leave,
means roughly,
meant cheap,
meant peace,
meant these,
meant three,
meat pie,
meet my,
queen bee,
reached roughly,
rouly pouly,
scene by,
seat by,
seen by,
seen my,
street by

3 syllables:
nectarine tree,
ancient league,
agrees roughly,
areas roughly,
college try,
decreased by,
eugene brieux,
eugene lourie,
machine three,
receive roughly,
released by,
agree roughly,
akee tree,
ancient beach,
ancient beauty,
ancient peace,
ancient piece,
ancient realm,
ancient scene,
ancient theme,
ancient trees,
china tree,
complete by,
complete my,
defeat by,
delete key,
machine clean,
nectarine trees,
oblique lie

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