Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinene:

2 syllables:
chih hsien,
is seen,
paris scene,
this scene,
this sign,
being seen,
it mean,
spring scene,
this mean,
touching scene,
will mean,
with mean,
his keen,
in each,
in heat,
in need,
it been,
pick clean,
quick clean,
quick scene,
still been,
still seen,
there been,
thich thien,
this been,
this gene,
were keen,
were seen,
with jean,
with keen,
in green,
in marine,
since been,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
la tene,
plus sign,
ta lien,
thus seen,
swim meet,
did eat,
grit teeth,
his ease,
his heel,
his seat,
his seed,
if each,
is each,
near each,
still leave,
there reach,
this heat,
were each,
were read,
were real,
which each,
will each,
will eat,
will heal,
will leave,
with each,
with ease,
with heat,
with these,
break in on,
can mean,
chin in,
chin on,
fa hien,
grin on,
in. in,
in. on

3 syllables:
anouilh jean,
bluish sheen,
ir gene,
lhermitte sign,
vicki hearne,
berlin green,
dinner scene,
ii in,
ii on,
india on,
inner scene,
virgin queen,
office scene,
until each,
any in,
any one,
berlin in,
berlin on,
honey in

4 syllables:
guinea hen,
michelin green

5 syllables:
machinery in,
virginia in

Some other possibilities:

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