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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with carene:

6 letters:
any in

7 letters:
mary in,
vary in,
any one,
levy on

8 letters:
air sign,
la reine,
hex sign,
yet been,
yet seen,
carry an,
carry in,
carry on,
marry in,
mary ann,
delhi in,
heavy in,
heavy on,
henry in,
mary and,
maria in

9 letters:
sex scene,
well seen,
carry one,
mary anne,
steady on,
barry and,
berry and,
carry and,
dairy and,
ferry and,
jerry and,
jerry can,
marie and,
marry and,
mary jane,
merely an,
merely in,
merely on,
merry and,
merry men

10 letters:
where each,
genet jean,
barry john,
berry fern,
married an,
married in,
married on,
merely one,
library in,
library on,
primary in,
malaria in

11 letters:
death scene,
fresh scene,
tense scene,
dead marine,
fresh green,
genre scene,
prairie hen,
hotel scene,
carry chain,
cherry wine,
derek keene,
eerie scene,
fairy scene,
henri heine,
jerry wayne,
larry wayne,
married one,
merry scene,
prairie and,
canary vine,
canary wine,
library and

12 letters:
bette greene,
marie jeanne,
narrow scene,
library fine,
necessary in,
necessary on

13 letters:
check routine,
claire leaned,
complex scene,
access screen,
library ass'n,
library known,
library owned,
library scene,
necessary and

14 letters:
culinary scene,
necessary than,
necessary when

15 letters:
commentaries on,
necessary chain,
necessary phone

18 letters:
queckenstedts sign

Some other possibilities:

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