Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with entsi:

2 syllables:
bent knee,
cent by,
lent by,
rent by,
sent by,
sent my,
spent by,
spent my,
went by,
cent sign,
cents each,
et si,
yet see,
bend knee,
denned by,
end by,
end key,
end my,
end they,
send my,
spend my,
bell tree,
bench knee,
best by,
best they,
blessed by,
bread tree,
checked by,
dead tree,
delle teorie,
felt by,
felt my,
felt they,
french by,
hence they,
kept by,
kept my,
lead tree,
left by,
left knee,
left my,
lest they,
pressed by,
rest by,
sense by,
sense they,
swept by,
test by,
thence by,
west by,
whence they,
them see,
bench seat,
bent the knee,
best seen,
brent geese,
debt by,
et ne,
french scene,
french seam,
french siege,
genre scene

3 syllables:
content by,
percent by,
prevent my,
percent sign,
recent scene,
extend my,
accept my,
accessed by,
assessed by,
depressed by,
effect by,
effect they,
empress tree,
except by,
except my,
except they,
expressed by,
expressed my,
object by,
obsessed by,
oppressed by,
possessed by,
project by,
refreshed by,
request by,
respect by,
respect they,
subject by,
suppressed by,
addressed by,
agent tries,
arrest scene,
commenced by,
content free,
content these,
effects by,
enter key,
enter my

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