Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with guarantee:

3 syllables:
clement i,
gegen die,
began by,
began my,
heaven by,
lemon pie,
pecan pie,
waren diese,
fresh honey,
grecian beauty,
seven teeth,
them money,
where safety,
daren't leave,
para i,
share money,
spare money,
where money,
arena three,
beset by,
credit by,
freda utley,
headed by,
level by,
marriage tie,
where henry,
edmund i,
gegen diese,
lessened by,
nelson dewey,
stared dumbly,
threatened by,
air supply,
began roughly,
began these,
began three,
check safety,
dead on feet,
fell on feet,
feral sheep,
heaven these,
lemon cheese,
lemon peel,
lessen these,
lesson scene,
lesson three,
melon seed,
merit these,
metal teeth,
presence by,
question by

4 syllables:
aggression by,
assess safety,
expression by,
possession by,
clement ii,
expression tree,
karen homey,
regression tree,
keira knightley,
transparent beauty,
transparent piece,
transparent sheath,
transparent sheet,
abetted by,
conceded by,
excess supply,
address safety,
attention by,
attention they,
began early,
berra yogi,
carol haney,
collection by,
confession scene,
convention by,
depression these,
detection by,
developed by,
developed teeth,
direction by,
direction they,
election by,
ellen nussey,
enveloped by,
expression these,
headed deity,
i tell a lie,
jeroboam i,
lesson early,
marcellus i,
possession three,
protection by

5 syllables:
sierra county,
primarily by

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