Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with enzymes:

2 syllables:
blessed times,
check times,
death times,
dwell times,
fresh limes,
lead times,
share times,
spare times,
wretched times,
tense times,
end times,
shares times,
delle scienze,
fresh signs,
where signs,
air lines,
bread lines,
check lines,
fresh lines,
press lines,
sketch lines,
spare lines,
where lines,
air miles,
blair niles,
breath gives,
check files,
check rides,
death gives,
death rides,
flesh gives,
fresh chiles,
fresh chives,
press gives,
sept iles,
share files,
share gives,
shell gives,
sketch gives,
spare tyres,
thread guides,
where wives,
dense lines,
fence lines,
heian times,
in times,
run times,
sense lines,
ten times,
tense lines,
bears signs,
cell lines,
cell size,
cells lines,
french lines,
french wines,
hence gives,
mesh size,
sense gives,
shell lines,
step size,
trench lines,
trend lines

3 syllables:
percent times,
recent times,
enzyme whose,
access times,
depressed times,
repair times,
select times,
gazette times,
solemn times,
complex signs,
access lines,
assess fines,
convex sides,
enzyme shows,
express lines,
progress lines,
access files,
access gives,
access guides,
cabell rives,
palette knives,
progress gives,
success gives,
agent signs,
any signs,
defense lines,
percent signs,
recent signs,
complex times,
extend lines,
percent fines,
recent lines,
solemn pines,
agent gives,
agent miles,
better times

5 syllables:
peritoneal signs

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