Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with tenacity:

7 letters:
basel i,
abbas i,
basil i,
a hasty

8 letters:
pass any,
acad sci,
harold i,
class ii,
basel ii,
apple ii

9 letters:
glass tty,
paschal i,
cap a pie,
francis i,
passes by,
allen key,
apple key,
apple pie,
battle by,
cap money,
damage by,
fallen by,
had fully,
had money,
happen by,
hat money,
mad money,
nation by,
status by,
travel by,
angle tie,
hassan ii,
mahmud ii

10 letters:
classes by,
francis i.,
maggot pie,
anise seed,
cash money,
fashion by,
had a leak,
than money,
that fully,
that money,
what money,
and duties,
anise tree,
apple tree,
paschal ii

11 letters:
mack connie,
staff fully,
brass money,
class money,
class musci,
mass appeal,
black money,
grand duchy,
shall agree,
shall fully,
staff agree,
that appeal,
class petty,
fastened by,
castle peak,
amass money,
japan agree,
japan fully,
capacity by

12 letters:
class appeal,
crash safety,
staff safety,
allen kneese,
backup piece,
flannel leaf,
hang a louie,
shall appeal,
sprang fully,
class cities,
placid scene,
ballet scene,
brass monkey,
class agreed,
combat money,
gather honey,
solana beach

13 letters:
ratchet teeth,
classes teach,
placid beauty,
black college,
shall achieve,
class studied,
class studies,
glass studies,
bracket these,
class college,
extract honey,
enough safety,
advance money,
amassed money

14 letters:
enhance safety,
abstract deity

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