Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cyanine:

2 syllables:
dance scene,
chang ch'ien,
chang chien,
chang hsien,
chang t'ien,
khang chien,
shall mean,
t'ang hsien,
that mean,
at sign,
bad been,
black queen,
crash scene,
had been,
had seen,
hash sign,
hath been,
hath seen,
hatte keine,
that scene,
that seen,
and been,
and mean,
grand scene,
than i.,
house scene,
lough leane,
at each,
at ease,
at heel,
back heel,
black heat,
glass eel,
had each,
scrap heap,
scrap piece,
shall eat,
shall lease,
shall leave,
slag heap,
snap peas,
that each,
that heat,
trash heap,
what each,
fan in,
john keane,
once seen,
pan in,
plan an,
plan in,
plan on,
than an,
than in,
than nine,
than non,
than on,
than one

3 syllables:
many an,
many in,
many on,
abbey in,
combat scene,
happy in,
happy one,
harry heine,
mallee hen,
rally in,
tally on,
valley in,
valley on,
annie and,
dandy hen,
fortran i,
fortran routine,
japan marine,
japan means,
japan meant,
many and,
many can,
many fine,
many men,
many non,
amoss sign,
bizarre scene,
cacao bean,
japan in,
japan on,
many new,
amy tan,
attack means,
attack meant

4 syllables:
really an,
really in,
really one,
unhappy in,
embassy in

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