Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with potently:

3 syllables:
lotus tree,
moment by,
moment they,
noticed by,
so justly,
moment leave,
so lately,
bowed humbly,
opened by,
opened my,
spoke humbly,
to comply,
wrote bluntly,
wrote lately,
broken free,
broken three,
locust tree,
motion three,
noted beauty,
noted three,
notice three,
quoted three,
spoken three,
total three,
voted three,
glowed dimly,
showed dimly,
so gently,
noted by,
quoted by,
voted by,
broken by,
broken sleep,
broken trees,
frozen trees,
how lovely,
jonas lie,
moment cease,
moment peace,
moment these,
moment three,
motion by,
motion tween,
notice by,
noticed these,
noticed three,
ocean fleet,
open by,
open my,
protest these,
proven by,
roman fleet,
so lovely,
spoken by,
to safety,
to supply,
total fleet,
total sleep,
trojan fleet,
chet huntley,
float gently,
glowed dully

4 syllables:
moment early,
noticed early,
quota entry,
potent allies,
devoted three,
promoted three,
promote entry,
remote entry,
anno mundi,
denoted by,
open daily,
opened daily,
opened early,
pagoda tree,
promoted by,
total daily,
bloated belly,
broken only,
coconut shy,
coconut tree,
frozen turkey,
kola nut tree,
logan valley,
moment harry,
motion apply,
noted dryly,
noted wryly,
open only,
opens early,
photon theory,
roman galley,
slocan valley,
total hourly,
unbroken sleep,
noted early

5 syllables:
dakota study,
devoted wholly,
promoted early

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