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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with granaries:

2 syllables:
death these,
clare eames,
share these,
spare these,
stressed trees,
where these,
bless these,
check these,
cress seeds,
death themes,
dread these,
fetch these,
french cheese,
fresh cheese,
guess seems,
guess these,
head cheese,
health these,
press seams,
press seems,
press these,
quell these,
sketch these,
smell these,
spell these,
spread knees,
spread these,
stressed these,
stretch these,
swell these,
them.1 these,
threat these,
tread these,
wealth these,
where each,
yet these,
bears these,
care needs,
chair needs,
chair seems,
death frees,
fresh breeze

3 syllables:
aware these,
mary as,
repair these,
vary as,
access seems,
access these,
addressed these,
assess these,
compel these,
embed these,
express these,
heavy as,
neufchatel cheese,
possess these,
pretty as,
progress seems,
progress these,
propel these,
regret these,
repel these,
reset these,
success seems,
success these,
suppress these,
transgress these,
transgressed these,
upset these,
agent tries,
berry phase,
carry these,
carry those,
cherry hills,
compared these,
compares these,
dairy cows,
dairy herds,
declares these,
erect trees,
hairy thighs,
henry hayes,
henry hewes,
marie louise,
marie luise,
marie was,
marry these,
marry those

4 syllables:
library as,
library has,
library whose,
binary phase,
library aides,
library hours,
library housed,
library shows,
library was

5 syllables:
necessary as,
culinary herbs

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