Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with hippocrene:

3 syllables:
middle rhine,
simon crean,
triple screen,
given scene,
image scene,
kitchen scene,
little scene,
little sign,
michael keane,
middle scene,
minute scene,
parisian scene,
prison scene,
there unseen,
vision scene,
vivid scene,
written scene,
fitzhugh green,
linda green,
little green,
livid green,
michael green,
minute green,
philip green,
pitted green,
simon green,
vivid green,
dishes clean,
given routine,
input scene,
kitchen clean,
little queen,
minute marine,
minute routine,
prison routine,
rigid routine,
simple scene,
visit queen,
simple green,
triple cream,
triple creme,
business screen,
cripple creek,
image screen,
kitchen screen,
simple routine,
vision screen,
mimic scene,
prussian rhine,
being agreed,
chris agreed,
civil realm,
finite realm,
hidden realm,
in a dream,
input screen,
is agreed,
it agreed,
it agrees,
middle realm,
paris agreed,
simple screen,
singh agreed,
smith agreed,
smith agrees,
spirit realm,
there agreed,
thing agreed,
this agrees,
vivid dream,
were agreed,
which agreed,
which agrees

4 syllables:
addition sign,
division sign,
commission green,
disagree on,
vanilla cream,
official marine,
official routine,
religious scene,
symmetry in,
description screen,
forbidden realm,
religious realm

5 syllables:
virginia marine,
definition screen

Some other possibilities:

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