Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amnesties:

3 syllables:
practice these,
sample these,
and duties,
campus needs,
channel these,
damage these,
practice teams,
practiced these,
sample trees,
staff duties,
status these,
brass monkeys,
damage trees,
granted these,
handed these,
handle these,
madness seems,
magnet steels,
mammoth trees,
planted these,
stamp duties,
taxes these,
transom knees,
action these,
captain pease,
drafted these,
fasten these,
harness these,
anise seeds,
annexed these,
banyan trees,
class studies,
classes these,
glass studies,
matches these,
pages these,
passes these,
plantain trees,
planted trees,
practice deals,
random trees,
samples these

4 syllables:
example these,
unscramble these,
hansa cities,
kansas cities,
combat duties,
japan agrees,
savanna trees,
advances these,
enhances these,
abandon these,
commanded these,
expanded these,
jacaranda trees,
sample cities,
untangle these,
adapted these,
attracted these,
contacted these,
enacted these,
extracted these,
reaction these,
example deals,
examples these,
expansion teams,
francis louis,
magma series,
practice ideas,
surpasses these,
transplanted trees

5 syllables:
chicana studies,
expanded duties

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