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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impunity:

3 syllables:
blue billy,
blue vinney,
bruce minney,
doing he,
doing we,
drew pinsky,
duke city,
dunes city,
food city,
fused kidney,
grew quickly,
grew weary,
hui he,
hui shih,
loop theory,
louis v,
louis vii,
louis xii,
louis xviii,
loup city,
moved quickly,
moved swiftly,
moves quickly,
move quickly,
move swiftly,
music he,
new city,
new theory,
proof theory,
proved guilty,
putrid sea,
queue theory,
q theory,
segou city,
too busy,
too clearly,
too dearly,
too quickly,
too risky,
too silly,
too skinny,
too swiftly,
too thinly,
too weary,
to billy,
to chile,
to city,
to clearly,
to degree,
to fifty,
to jimmy,
to merely,
to nearly,
to pity,
to quickly,
to really,
to simply,
to sixty,
to sydney,
to theory,
truth theory,
tuning key,
une theorie,
used singly,
using pcr,
using three,
u city,
u nii,
viewed simply,
who clearly,
who merely,
who quickly,
who really,
who simply,
you dearly,
you merely,
you quickly,
you really,
you simply,
zhu shijie

4 syllables:
accuses me,
accusing me,
amuses me,
assuming he,
baku city,
balloon kidney,
capulin tree,
cebu city,
eluded me,
including me,
including three,
raccoon city

5 syllables:
introducing me

6 syllables:
leucocytozoon smithi

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