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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gentlemanly:

4 syllables:
rental money,
central money,
gentlemen please,
metal money,
central supply,
mention money,
metal supply,
pension money,
gentle relief,
gentleman means,
gentleman meant,
gentleman seemed,
gentleman seems,
gentleman yield,
gentlemen seemed,
gentlemen speak,
mental relief,
settlement by,
tension supply


5 syllables:
augmented supply,
expended money,
gentile family,
gentle family,
recent alumni,
accepted money,
collected money,
expected money,
mental agency,
rental agency,
requested money,
successful money,
embezzle money,
extended supply,
fermented honey,
gentleman johnny,
prevent italy,
attention lately,
expected supply,
projected supply,
successful multi,
successful supply,
contemptus mundi,
extended fully,
gentian family,
gentle comedy,
gentle harmony,
gentleman lately,
mental harmony,
mental honesty,
percent family,
plentiful money,
prevent family,
recent family,
reptile family


6 syllables:
continental money,
gentleman every,
contented family,
gentleman really,
identical money


7 syllables:
continental currency,
continental italy,
presidential family,
residential family


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