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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with string bean:

2 syllables:
being seen,
it been,
spring scene,
still been,
there been,
this been,
touching scene,
spring beans,
his keen,
it mean,
pick clean,
quick clean,
quick scene,
still seen,
thich thien,
this gene,
this mean,
were keen,
were seen,
will mean,
with jean,
with keen,
with mean,
since been,
spring beam,
being clean,
being green,
being meant,
bring clean,
chih hsien,
drink clean,
is seen,
paris scene,
spring clean,
spring green,
spring means,
spring meant,
spring queen,
thing means,
thing meant,
this scene,
this sign,
wing beat,
years been,
being by,
king bee,
king by,
swing by,
thing by,
then been,
has been,
thus been,
yet been,
bring peace,
cling peach,
in green,
in marine,
paris spleen,
thick marine,
8-bit clean,
8 bit clean,
aiding these,
being cheap,
being read,
being tied,
big beat,
bring these,
bring wheat,
chewing teeth,
chris green,
chris leaned


3 syllables:
anouilh jean,
lhermitte sign,
billy beane,
dying scene,
stirring scene,
trying scene,
until beans,
wooing scene,
growing beans,
having been,
berlin green,
dinner scene,
india on,
inner scene,
virgin queen,
aching knees,
aching teeth,
adding these,
appear clean,
appear green,
asking leave,
asking these,
bisher keine,
career means,
career meant,
classic scene,
clear green


4 syllables:
ensuing scene,
michelin green


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