Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fantasies:

3 syllables:
and duties,
class studies,
glass studies,
dance studies,
francis seems,
granted these,
planted these,
practice seems,
practice these,
stanza seems,
anise seeds,
plant receives,
planted seeds,
staff duties,
status seems,
status these,
and disease,
gland disease,
handed these,
handle these,
random means,
allen kneese,
batch studies,
black studies,
captain pease,
class receives,
daniel leeds,
drafted these,
fasten these,
madness seems,
staff receives,
staff studies,
that receives,
that studies,
track studies,
transom knees,
plant disease,
gland receives,
random seeds,
anise seed,
battle these,
cactus leaves,
cactus spines,
captain seems,
channel these,
daniel seems,
francis i,
francis i.,
granted leaves,
kantian themes,
planned studies,
plant studies,
plantain leaves,
plantain trees,
planted beans,
planted trees,
practice deals,
practice leaves,
practice means,
practice needs

4 syllables:
fantasy whose,
advance studies,
finance studies,
japan studies,
combat duties,
abandon these,
advances these,
commanded these,
enhances these,
expanded these,
jacaranda trees,
adapted these,
alfalfa seeds,
attracted these,
combat studies,
contacted these,
enacted these,
erasmus seems,
exact duties,
exafs studies,
expansion needs,
extracted these,
japan believes,
replant disease,
fantasy is,
expansion seems,
fantasy in,
fantasy of,
francis louis,
granted ideas,
hansa cities,
japan agrees,
kansas cities,
kantian ideas,
many studies,
planted areas,
practice areas,
practice ideas

5 syllables:
canavan disease,
chicana studies

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See fantasies used in context: 19 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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