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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with amnesties:

10 letters:
and duties


11 letters:
taxes these,
anise seeds,
pages these


12 letters:
sample these,
campus needs,
damage these,
sample trees,
staff duties,
status these,
damage trees,
handed these,
handle these,
stamp duties,
action these,
fasten these,
banyan trees,
passes these,
random trees,
hansa cities,
japan agrees,
magma series


13 letters:
channel these,
brass monkeys,
granted these,
madness seems,
magnet steels,
mammoth trees,
planted these,
transom knees,
captain pease,
drafted these,
harness these,
annexed these,
class studies,
classes these,
glass studies,
matches these,
planted trees,
samples these,
example these,
kansas cities,
combat duties,
savanna trees,
abandon these,
sample cities,
adapted these,
enacted these,
example deals,
francis louis


14 letters:
practice these,
practice teams,
plantain trees,
practice deals,
advances these,
enhances these,
expanded these,
untangle these,
reaction these,
examples these,
practice ideas


15 letters:
practiced these,
commanded these,
jacaranda trees,
attracted these,
contacted these,
extracted these,
expansion teams,
surpasses these,
chicana studies,
expanded duties


16 letters:
unscramble these


18 letters:
transplanted trees


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