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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with subvene:

7 letters:
la tene,
ta lien,
fa hien

8 letters:
can mean,
has been,
has seen,
sun sign,
was keen,
was seen,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
sea bean

9 letters:
buck bean,
mung bean,
some sign,
then been,
thus been,
when seen,
plus sign,
thus seen,
club deal,
club feet,
has beens,
has meant,
jan steen,
just been,
just seen,
must mean,
must sign,
rusk dean,
supply an,
supply in,
supply on,
lately in,
lias been,
lovely in,
safely in,
safely on,
agency in,
agency on

10 letters:
love scene,
rural dean,
come clean,
gunns sign,
mung beans,
acid green,
alla breve,
greatly in,
greatly on

11 letters:
chief scene,
rural scene,
carob beans,
blood clean,
blood means,
blood meant,
brush clean,
chief means,
chief queen,
drunk scene,
dutch queen,
front scene,
judge green,
judge means,
plush green,
extra clean,
urban scene,
upper rhine,
upper scene,
added means,
alice green,
cruel scene,
funny scene,
quiet scene,
ocasey sean

12 letters:
dutch marine,
judge greene,
judge leaned,
office scene,
supper scene,
alice leaned,
become clean,
become green,
become queen,
bloody scene,
famous scene,
office means,
office meant,
opaque green

14 letters:
become routine,
office routine

Some other possibilities:

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