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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sienite:

2 syllables:
by night,
clean night,
green knight,
green night,
grene knight,
lousy night,
routine night,
screen height,
very night,
beauty might,
cream might,
dewey might,
dream might,
realm might,
scheme might,
steam might,
stream might,
surely might,
theme might,
they might,
three might,
why might,
worry might,
brief fight,
by light,
by right,
by sight,
by white,
dry white,
key light,
my light,
my right,
my sight,
my white,
roughly right,
see right,
steep height,
surely right,
surely write,
they fight,
they write,
three light,
three right,
three white,
very tight,
very white,
worry right,
yeah right,
been right,
bleak night,
brief night,
cheap night,
clean fight,
clean light,
clean right,
clean white,
each night,
green heights,
green might,
green right,
green white,
greene might,
marine light,
queen might,
routine light,
routine might,
routine white,
scene might,
scene right,
screen light,
screen might,
screen right,
seen right,
sleep night,
street night,
sweet night


3 syllables:
decree might,
degree might,
entry might,
extreme height,
extreme might,
supreme height,
agree right,
as by right,
degree right,
release height,
unreal light,
unsteady light,
amine light,
college night,
eugene white,
fourteen nights,
fourteen white,
grey knight,
machine might,
machine right,
snowy night,
supreme knight


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