Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with proclivities:

3 syllables:
heareth these,
little ease,
cricket teams,
device seems,
finite trees,
given these,
his duties,
limit these,
minute these,
parish duties,
spirit these,
visit these,
swiss cities,
cited these,
fitted these,
his studies,
bridges these,
brittle leaves,
cricket teal,
hidden needs,
hidden these,
image these,
it achieves,
it agrees,
it appeals,
kick up heels,
kitchen needs,
kitten heels,
little leaves,
little these,
middle leaves,
minute teeth,
misses these,
mission needs,
pigeon peas,
smith agrees,
stifle these,
there receives,
this agrees,
touching appeals,
vision needs,
vision these,
which agrees,
which appeals,
wishes these,
written these,
divides these,
invade these,
vivid dreams

4 syllables:
delimit these,
elicit these,
exhibit these,
explicit these,
fulfill duties,
prohibit these,
revisit these,
hevea trees,
added duties,
extra duties,
admitted these,
committed deeds,
committed these,
omitted these,
permitted these,
submitted these,
transmitted these,
addition these,
belittle these,
commission needs,
commission these,
condition needs,
condition these,
decision needs,
division needs,
envision these,
growing unease,
nutrition needs,
nutritious seeds,
origin these,
provision needs,
religion needs,
religion these,
tradition needs,
tradition these,
transition needs,
transmission needs,
vanilla beans,
given ideas,
vivid ideas

5 syllables:
ability as,
ability whose,
divinity whose,
facility whose,
acquisition needs,
communism means,
criteria these,
definition needs,
definition these,
pluralism means,
proposition needs

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