Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with colonies:

3 syllables:
swollen knees,
police seize,
stolen these,
allen kneese,
caused unease,
chosen these,
common needs,
common these,
drama needs,
gotten these,
often needs,
often these,
police seems,
police spies,
police these,
rotten cheese,
column needs,
police needs,
bottom these,
drama means,
basil leaves,
causes these,
common eel,
cottage cheese,
drama deals,
drama seems,
fava beans,
guard duties,
guava leaves,
guava trees,
loses these,
model leaves,
model these,
novel leaves,
novel these,
often need,
plotted these,
posit these,
scotch appeals,
spotted these,
watches these,
all moneys,
allen keys,
problem means,
problem these,
solid meals,
solid means,
chosen means,
chosen seems,
chosen themes,
common beans,
common meals,
common means,
common pleas,
common reeds,
common seals,
common themes,
common thieves,
common trees,
common weeds,
condone these,
garden needs,
lacan seems,
latin means

4 syllables:
colony whose,
canada geese,
canada these,
canada needs,
quality as,
quality has,
quality whose,
colony was,
swollen areas,
botha louis,
canada seems,
deposit these,
plaza areas,
colony assay,
colony house,
colony is,
borrow moneys,
chosen areas,
colony at,
colony had,
colony in,
colony of,
colony on,
colony ought,
common areas,
common ideas,
latin allies

5 syllables:
italian cheese,
economy as,
economy has,
economy whose,
philosophy as,
philosophy has,
philosophy whose,
geology shows,
kuala lipis

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