Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with genii:

2 syllables:
be any,
he any,
me any,
say any,
through any,
we deny

3 syllables:
para i,
them money,
fresh honey,
arena three,
lead ii,
a penny,
are any,
as any,
in a heap,
of any,
off any,
on any,
us any,
check money,
clement i,
dead money,
emma peel,
fresh money,
head money,
helm alee,
lemon pie,
pledge money,
press money,
share money,
shell money,
smell money,
spare money,
them fully,
where money,
baeck college,
began by,
began my,
belle helene,
beset by,
beta sheet,
breathe fully,
credit by,
della pieve,
della reale,
della reese,
feta cheese,
freda utley,
fresh appeal,
gegen die,
headed by,
heaven by,
jedoch keine,
level by,
metal leaf,
pecan pie,
red-lead putty,
red lead putty,
section i.,
share fully,
smell funny,
special leave,
special lien,
stared dully,
stephen neale,
stephen neill,
tel abib,
where relief

4 syllables:
i tell a lie,
marcellus i,
general lee,
in a hurry,
virgin honey,
excess money,
express money,
possess money,
abetted by,
addressed fully,
aggression by,
assess fully,
assess safety,
carol ii,
collect honey,
conceded by,
darius i,
ecap ii,
excess supply,
express fully,
expression by,
heather honey,
level ii,
possess fully,
possession by,
success fully

5 syllables:
kamehameha i,
vienna early,
cigarette money,
marcellus ii

6 syllables:
gabriella zarri,
kamehameha early

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