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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinene:

5 letters:
ii in,
ii on

6 letters:
in. in,
in. on,
any in

7 letters:
is seen,
it mean,
in each,
in heat,
in need,
it been,
la tene,
ta lien,
did eat,
if each,
is each,
chin in,
chin on,
fa hien,
grin on,
ir gene,
any one

8 letters:
his keen,
in green,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
his ease,
his heel,
his seat,
his seed,
will eat,
can mean,
india on,
honey in

9 letters:
this sign,
this mean,
will mean,
with mean,
this been,
this gene,
were keen,
were seen,
with jean,
with keen,
in marine,
plus sign,
thus seen,
swim meet,
near each,
this heat,
were each,
were read,
were real,
will each,
will heal,
with each,
with ease,
with heat,
berlin in,
berlin on

10 letters:
chih hsien,
this scene,
being seen,
pick clean,
still been,
still seen,
there been,
since been,
grit teeth,
which each,
will leave,
with these,
until each,
guinea hen

11 letters:
paris scene,
quick clean,
quick scene,
thich thien,
still leave,
there reach,
break in on,
inner scene,
virginia in

12 letters:
spring scene,
anouilh jean,
bluish sheen,
vicki hearne,
berlin green,
dinner scene,
virgin queen,
office scene,
machinery in

14 letters:
touching scene,
lhermitte sign,
michelin green

Some other possibilities:

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