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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subvene:

2 syllables:
buck bean,
can mean,
chief scene,
has been,
has seen,
love scene,
mung bean,
rural dean,
rural scene,
some sign,
sun sign,
then been,
thus been,
was keen,
was seen,
when seen,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
la tene,
plus sign,
ta lien,
thus seen,
carob beans,
fa hien,
blood clean,
blood means,
blood meant,
brush clean,
chief means,
chief queen,
club deal,
club feet,
come clean,
drunk scene,
dutch marine,
dutch queen,
front scene,
gunns sign,
has beens,
has meant,
jan steen,
judge green,
judge greene,
judge leaned,
judge means,
just been,
just seen,
mung beans,
must mean,
must sign,
plush green,
rusk dean


3 syllables:
extra clean,
urban scene,
office scene,
sea bean,
supper scene,
supply an,
supply in,
supply on,
upper rhine,
upper scene,
acid green,
added means,
alice green,
alice leaned,
alla breve,
become clean,
become green,
become queen,
become routine,
bloody scene,
cruel scene,
famous scene,
funny scene,
greatly in,
greatly on,
lately in,
lias been,
lovely in,
office means,
office meant,
office routine,
opaque green,
quiet scene,
safely in,
safely on


4 syllables:
agency in,
agency on,
ocasey sean


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