Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nankeen:

2 syllables:
chang ch'ien,
chang chien,
chang hsien,
chang t'ien,
hatte keine,
khang chien,
t'ang hsien,
dance scene,
at sign,
bad been,
black bean,
black queen,
crash scene,
had been,
had seen,
hash sign,
hath been,
hath seen,
jack bean,
shall mean,
snap bean,
that mean,
that scene,
that seen,
at queen,
brass screen,
drag queen,
glass clean,
glass screen,
shall clean,
thank keith,
blank means,
frank green,
frank leaned,
john keane,
graham green,
graham greene,
long been,
and been,
and mean,
at green,
black green,
crash scheme,
grand scene,
grass green,
matte green,
pratt green,
sap green,
t'ang leang,
that green,
ask each,
batch means,
black-eyed bean,
black beans,
black jeans,
black teens,
class means,
class meant,
class routine,
fact been,
graph means,
had meant,
hast been,
last been,
last scene,
last seen,
match means,
past been,
shall keep,
shall keepe,
snap beans,
staff means,
staff meant,
tax lien,
that keep

3 syllables:
combat scene,
frankie laine,
hangar queen,
liang chien,
combat marine,
dandy hen,
fortran routine,
japan marine,
japan means,
japan meant,
apply an,
apply in,
attack means,
attack meant,
badly in,
chaddocks sign,
classic scene,
dagger scene,
exact scene,
happy scene,
latter scene,
madly in,
nature scene

4 syllables:
really been,
really mean

Some other possibilities:

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