Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with scenarios:

2 syllables:
air hose,
chair whose,
great heroes,
great series,
he marries,
k series,
p series,
st. maries,
st maries,
the series,
tv series,
v series,
z series

3 syllables:
carry those,
marry those,
mary rose,
prairie rose,
series whose,
carry one,
carry whole,
garry oak,
heavy holes,
pretty homes,
barry close,
barry jones,
carey jones,
carry coals,
carry loads,
cherry jones,
gentry whose,
henry chose,
henry hotze,
henry knows,
henry shows,
jerry jones,
kerry jones,
larry holmes,
larry jones,
marie jones,
married those,
merely chose,
merely knows,
merely shows,
merely those,
parry jones,
prairie voles,
series shows,
terry jones,
terry robes,
weary bones,
deity whose,
money whose,
any hope,
any one,
a series,
error whose,
ideal heroes,
ideal series,
mary as,
merry noise,
story whose,
theory whose,
vary as

4 syllables:
library whose,
library shows,
memory whose,
binary codes,
carry overs,
charity whose,
larry burrows,
library goals,
library grows,
library holds,
library loans,
maria knows,
primary goals,
primary roads,
primary roles,
primary tones,
primary zones,
therapy whose,
entity whose,
italy whose,
library as,
library has

5 syllables:
necessary holes,
necessary those,
librarian knows,
librarian whose,
library allows,
necessary close,
necessary goals,
necessary loans,
necessary roads,
necessary roles,
scenario shows,
criteria whose,
necessary as,
nigeria whose,
necessary oaths

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