Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with potency:

3 syllables:
broken by,
motion by,
noted by,
notice by,
open by,
open my,
proven by,
quoted by,
spoken by,
voted by,
no money,
ocean scene,
roman scene,
roman siege,
so funny,
throw money,
to conceal,
to concede,
to conceive,
to money,
glowed dimly,
showed dimly,
loaded by,
to come by,
how lovely,
jonas lie,
so lately,
so lovely,
social bee,
to safety,
to supply,
quote henry,
wrote henry,
glowed dully,
golden key,
rodent teeth,
bola tie,
broken free,
broken meat,
broken piece,
broken teeth,
broken these,
broken three,
broken wheel,
chroma key,
cloven feet,
co trustee,
coated sheep,
coated sheet,
foetal sheep,
global scene,
how lucky,
local scene,
local sign,
lotus leaf,
lotus tree,
moment by,
moment they,
motion these,
motion three,
noble scene,
noted beauty,
noted these,
noted three,
notice these,
notice three,
noticed by,
now fully,
ocean beach,
ocean realm,
open reel,
open weave,
opened by,
opened my

4 syllables:
anno mundi,
denoted by,
promoted by,
approach unseen,
encoded by,
pagoda tree,
above agree,
proposal by,
broken early,
chota hazri,
devoted these,
devoted three,
lower fungi,
motion early,
noted early,
notice any,
notice early,
people see,
promote safety,
promoted peace,
promoted these,
promoted three,
promotes safety,
promotion piece

5 syllables:
devoted wholly,
promoted early

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