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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with serenity:

4 syllables:
dread enemy,
fresh enemy,
shell entity,
where charity,
air density,
breathe heavily,
press heavily,
stressed heavily,
sweat heavily,
bears heavily,
spread readily,
twelve enemy,
present deity,
share tenancy,
the death penalty,
blood enemy,
chief enemy,
ellen nussey,
fearsome enemy,
headed deity,
his enemy,
slain enemy,
were heavily,
were readily,
friend emily,
pressure density


5 syllables:
suppress enemy,
prepared enemy,
their enemy,
suppress heresy,
express remedy,
detect enemy,
direct enemy,
except tennessee,
heavy enemy,
prevent enemy,
professed enemy,
recent enemy,
jerry kennedy,
complex entity,
direct heredity,
excess density,
perfect entity,
project entity,
select entity,
subject entity,
whether heredity,
adhere readily,
america by,
appear readily,
error density,
express empathy


6 syllables:
primary enemy,
primary entity,
adrienne kennedy,
declared enemy,
successor entity,
preparer penalty,
primary entities


7 syllables:
residuary legatee


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