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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entities:

3 syllables:
bearing trees,
behrs disease,
bended knees,
ben gillies,
bests disease,
best disease,
breast disease,
cell disease,
dent disease,
dread disease,
edge cities,
elm disease,
felling trees,
french disease,
f series,
hecks disease,
kempfs disease,
legg disease,
lent lilies,
levs disease,
m theories,
n series,
rare disease,
reading these,
red biddies,
red dillies,
schencks disease,
set theories,
sharing these,
spending sprees,
strümpells disease,
ten cities,
ten degrees,
ten guineas,
test series,
their cities,
their degrees,
their disease,
their fifties,
their series,
their sixties,
their theories,
thread series,
vent disease,
web series,
wet willies,
x disease,
x series

4 syllables:
accepted these,
accepts queries,
addressing these,
against disease,
comparing these,
connecting these,
consent decrees,
correcting these,
prevent disease

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