Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with smithereens:

3 syllables:
click queries,
quicker means,
river means,
clear means,
leather heels,
killer teams,
liver seems,
miller seems,
mirror seems,
river seems,
schiller seems,
bigger deals,
bitter leaves,
bitter seeds,
dinner meals,
finger feels,
inner leaves,
inner needs,
inner wheels,
miter wheels,
richard eells,
river leaves,
river reeds,
silver heels,
sinner feels,
sinner needs,
thicker leaves,
thinner leaves,
brother means,
leather jeans,
mother leans,
mother means,
other means,
weather means,
whether means,
clear themes,
bitter greens,
clear needs,
figure means,
it varies,
killer bees,
milder means,
mirror these,
nearer these,
picture means,
pitch varies,
river these,
scripture means,
thing worries,
this varies,
trigger these,
which varies,
winter means,
withered leaves,
conger eels,
rubber heels,
clear these

4 syllables:
consider means,
conifer seeds,
consider needs,
deliver meals,
hickory hills,
together means,
consider these,
considered means,
deliver these,
familiar means,
fisheries zones,
fishery zones,
missouri towns,
pillar reins,
submit queries,
jittery nerves

5 syllables:
machinery noise,
delivery phase,
delivery was,
machinery was,
delivery lines,
delivery means,
delivery needs,
machinery means,
machinery needs,
machinery whose,
reconsider these

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