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

2 syllables:
then been,
has been,
some sign,
thus been,
can mean,
sun sign,
when seen,
chief scene,
has seen,
love scene,
rural dean,
rural scene,
was keen,
was seen,
mung beans,
come clean,
dna gene,
drum beat,
dutch marine,
fa hsien,
has beens,
has heen,
just been,
la reine,
la tene,
plus sign,
ta lien,
thus seen,
u.s. marine,
young marine,
carob beans,
come by,
fa hien,
some by,
some means,
sum by,
it been,
still been,
there been,
this been,
yet been,
can beat,
drunk scene,
front scene,
gunns sign,
hung beef,
jan steen,
slung jeans,
sun shines,
thumb piece,
tongue clean,
tongue means,
young beech,
young green,
young queen,
young teens,
blood clean,
blood means,
blood meant,
brush clean,
cam wheel,
chief means,
chief queen,
dutch queen,
has meant,
judge green,
judge greene,
judge leaned,
judge means,
just seen


3 syllables:
urban scene,
extra clean,
become clean,
become green,
become queen,
become routine,
famous scene,
lias been,
office scene,
summer scene,
become means,
extra means,
number sign,
ion beam,
become pious,
funny scene,
urban green,
acid green,
added means,
alice green,
alice leaned,
become cheap,
become these,
bloody scene,
cruel scene,
greatly in,
greatly on,
lately in


4 syllables:
agency in,
agency on


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