Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with identities:

3 syllables:
death duties,
fresh duties,
press studies,
share duties,
shared duties,
rented these,
feta cheese,
wherewith these,
bended knees,
blended these,
dense cities,
splendid deeds,
death studies,
fresh studies,
health duties,
melted cheese,
rental lease,
routledge studies,
tested these,
where studies,
chesnut trees,
mention needs

4 syllables:
expressed unease,
augmented these,
defense duties,
defense studies,
prevented these,
resented these,
solemn duties,
agent agrees,
collect duties,
density as,
density whose,
direct duties,
except duties,
perfect duties,
amended these,
attended these,
defended these,
extended these,
on bended knees,
suspended these,
transcended these,
accepted these,
affected these,
agenda needs,
agenda seems,
arrested these,
collected these,
complex duties,
complex studies,
connected these,
contested these,
detected these,
detested these,
digested these,
directed these,
effected these,
elected these,
erected these,
expected these,
heavy duties,
lesser duties,
levied duties,
perfected these,
petty duties,
projected these,
protected these,
reflected these,
reflex studies,
rejected these,
requested these,
respected these,
selected these,
subjected these,
suggested these,
suspected these,
their duties,
attention needs,
attention these,
collect moneys,
consensus seems,
delta areas,
deputy whose,
direct appeals,
extension needs,
leather puttees

5 syllables:
identity as,
identity has,
identity whose,
complemented these,
mckenna duties,
supplemented these,
identity shows,
identity these,
identity was,
library duties,
primary duties,
continental league

6 syllables:
necessary duties

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