Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tensely:

2 syllables:
hence they,
lets lie,
sense by,
sense they,
thence by,
whence they,
hence leave,
bench knee,
bend knee,
bent knee,
cent by,
denned by,
else by,
else they,
end by,
end key,
end my,
end they,
french by,
gets by,
hex key,
jet ski,
lent by,
less by,
rent by,
send my,
sent by,
sent my,
spend my,
spent by,
spent my,
steps by,
went by,
nrem sleep,
them see,
air sleeve,
bless my,
bless thee,
chess pie,
dead sleep,
death sleep,
end leaf,
et si,
french league,
french leave,
friend leave,
guess they,
hence speed,
hence these,
hence three,
lend lease,
pence piece,
pence three,
press by,
sense these,
sense three,
share roughly,
spend roughly,
spent roughly,
whence these,
where sleep,
yet see,
cells by,
dense leaves,
hence leaves,
swears by,
tense scene,
them free,
them three,
them very

3 syllables:
defense league,
address by,
assets by,
content by,
extend my,
percent by,
prevent my,
access by,
address lease,
commence these,
commenced by,
defense speech,
defense team,
expense sheet,
expense these,
express my,
henry lee,
percent leave,
previ ously,
progress by,
success by,
defense fleet,
express leave,
prevent sleep,
prevents sleep,
tennis league,
accept my,
accessed by,
addressed three,
ahead three

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