Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dictionaries:

4 syllables:
fiction series,
business series,
crimson berries,
philippe aries,
fiction areas,
section series,
given series,
immense series,
written series,
fiscal levies,
income series,
kingdom series

5 syllables:
ambitious series,
subscription series,
dictionary shows,
extinction series,
missionary whose,
transition series,
tilletia caries,
collection series,
nonfiction areas,
prediction agrees,
prediction errors,
production series,
projection series,
reduction series,
dictionary is,
division series,
religion series,
revision series,
visionary whose,
description entries,
dictionary of,
macmillan series,
official series,
condition entries,
dictionary calls,
dictionary files,
dictionary gives,
dictionary means,
dictionary tells,
dictionary terms,
dictionary views,
dictionary words,
discussion series,
fictional series,
missionaries whose,
missionary cause,
permission entries

6 syllables:
reproduction series,
exhibition series,
condition whereas,
dictionary offers

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