Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with decennial:

3 syllables:
any evil,
henry l.,
benny hill,
demi sel,
jenny ass,
press seattle,
spread eagle,
steppe eagle,
fenci ble,
fensi ble,
fresh needle,
henry raleigh,
kenny burrell,
thread needle,
cherry hill,
kerry hill,
belly up,
carry an,
carry on,
carry us,
heavy as,
heavy on,
levy on,
marry up,
mary as,
prairie hen,
pretty as,
pretty up,
steady on,
vary as,
any bill,
any help,
any well,
any but,
any judge,
any luck,
any man,
any men,
any non,
any such,
any sum,
any young,
carry equal,
carry pulse,
festi val,
fresh legal,
heavy mulch,
mary a.,
petty morel,
pretty equal,
pretty rural,
serie a,
set equal,
share equal,
share legal,
spread eagled,
spread eagles,
steady pulse,
thready pulse,
where equal,
where legal

4 syllables:
any appeal,
penny royal,
prehensi ble,
library as,
library has,
library on,
capone al,
semi vowel,
barium meal,
binary pulse,
cherry apple,
every evil,
express legal,
lesser evil,
maria del,
maria delle,
maria schell,
marie ursule,
possess equal,
possess legal,
pretty awful,
primary pulse,
success equal,
terry towel,
the lesser evil,
their evil,
unmet legal,
whereas all

5 syllables:
necessary evil,
necessary as,
necessary on,
canary isles,
cigarette beetle,
library royal,
malaria while,
necessary evils,
primary appeal,
primary neural

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