Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with udine:

2 syllables:
la tene,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
la reine,
plus sign,
ta lien,
thus seen,
fa hien,
rural dean,
blood heat,
buck bean,
can mean,
carob beans,
chief scene,
has been,
has seen,
love scene,
mud eel,
mung bean,
rural scene,
some means,
some sign,
sun sign,
then been,
thus been,
was keen,
was seen,
when seen,
blood clean,
blood means,
blood meant,
rusk dean,
chih hsien,
is seen,
paris scene,
this scene,
this sign,
but each,
cut each,
cut teeth,
let each,
can eat,
dung heap,
dutch cheese,
gas heat,
love each,
men each,
much heat,
then each,
thus each,
up each,
when each


3 syllables:
office scene,
deity in,
duty in,
duty on,
become means,
busy in,
busy on,
extra clean,
extra means,
fully in,
fully on,
honey in,
joyous scene,
lucky in,
money in,
money on,
sea bean,
urban scene,
acid green,
added means,
bloody and,
bloody hand,
bloody scene,
studied in,
studied on,
studies in,
studies on,
extra teeth,
extra cheese,
extra leave,
extra piece,
extra sheet,
extra wheel,
of a piece,
acid in,
acid on,
added an,
added in


4 syllables:
area dean,
entity in,
equity in,
italy in


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