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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with has-been:

2 syllables:
thus been,
buck bean,
has seen,
mung bean,
then been,
was keen,
was seen,
yam bean,
carob bean,
has heen,
can mean,
chief scene,
love scene,
rural dean,
rural scene,
some sign,
sun sign,
when seen,
just been,
plus sign,
thus seen,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
gunns sign,
has meant,
la reine,
la tene,
mung beans,
ta lien,
u.s. marine,
was clean,
was green,
was meant,
carob beans,
fa hien,
gas by,
has by,
was by,
this been,
bush bean,
fresh bean,
it been,
shell bean,
still been,
string bean,
there been,
yet been,
jan steen,
just seen,
must mean,
must sign,
rusk dean,
stress means,
was peace,
blood clean,
blood means,
blood meant,
brush clean,
can beat,
chief means,
chief queen,
come clean,
drum beat,
drunk scene,
dutch marine,
dutch queen,
front scene

3 syllables:
lias been,
extra clean,
urban scene,
office scene,
butter bean,
runner bean,
goa bean,
pea bean,
sea bean,
soya bean,
alice green,
alice leaned,
ion beam,
office means,
office meant,
office routine,
trustee in,
unless means,
acid green,
added means,
become clean,
become green,
become queen,
become routine,
bloody scene,
cruel scene,
famous scene,
funny scene

4 syllables:
ocasey sean,
agency in,
agency on

Some other possibilities:

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