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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with genii:

6 letters:
be any,
he any,
me any,
para i,
as any,
of any,
on any,
us any

7 letters:
say any,
we deny,
lead ii,
a penny,
are any,
off any,
ecap ii

8 letters:
began by,
began my,
beset by,
level by,
tel abib,
carol ii,
darius i,
level ii

9 letters:
in a heap,
clement i,
emma peel,
helm alee,
lemon pie,
credit by,
gegen die,
headed by,
heaven by,
pecan pie

10 letters:
them money,
dead money,
head money,
them fully,
beta sheet,
metal leaf,
section i.,
in a hurry,
abetted by

11 letters:
through any,
fresh honey,
arena three,
check money,
fresh money,
press money,
share money,
shell money,
smell money,
spare money,
where money,
della pieve,
della reale,
della reese,
feta cheese,
freda utley,
share fully,
smell funny,
marcellus i,
general lee,
conceded by

12 letters:
pledge money,
belle helene,
fresh appeal,
jedoch keine,
special lien,
stared dully,
where relief,
i tell a lie,
virgin honey,
excess money,
assess fully,
kamehameha i,
vienna early,
marcellus ii

13 letters:
baeck college,
breathe fully,
special leave,
stephen neale,
stephen neill,
express money,
possess money,
aggression by,
assess safety,
collect honey,
excess supply,
express fully,
expression by,
heather honey,
possess fully,
possession by,
success fully

14 letters:
red-lead putty,
red lead putty

15 letters:
addressed fully,
cigarette money,
gabriella zarri

16 letters:
kamehameha early

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