Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hymnaries:

3 syllables:
in series,
pitch series,
quick series,
thick series,
his series,
ibm 700 series,
impair these,
this series,
beer bellies,
it denies,
parish levies,
which denies,
ninth series,
print series,
fifth series,
fissure caries,
lives series,
picked berries,
schist series,
skills series,
swift series,
filmed series,
grimm fairy,
dense series,
being married,
books series,
busch series,
comb jellies,
cousin married,
death series,
flood series,
fresh berries,
fresh cherries,
fresh series,
pulse series,
routledge series,
skull series,
slim disease,
thread series,
truck series,
is married,
pinch pennies,
smith married,
still married,
there married,
were married

4 syllables:
ovis aries,
immense series,
drawing series,
ewing series,
going series,
growing series,
inner series,
reprint series,
reprints series,
springer series,
widow marries,
classic series,
decay series,
issue series,
philippe aries,
phillipe aries,
river ferries,
river series,
business series,
dimacs series,
given series,
image series,
within series,
written series,
added series,
complex series,
ended series,
crimson berries,
demand series,
until married

5 syllables:
ensuing series,
ongoing series,
recurring series,
ambitious series,
division series,
facsimile series,
macmillan series,
missionary whose,
religion series,
revision series,
transition series,
visionary whose

6 syllables:
preliminary phase

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