Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with adena:

3 syllables:
that china,
daddy was,
grassy knoll,
had eaten,
had even,
hamm mia,
many a,
many non,
shang china,
snap pea,
t'ang china,
and china,
sandy knoll,
batty man,
though china,
at even,
at pisa,
atty. gen,
atty gen,
ghatti gum,
happy man,
many men,
that even,
that evil,
amy tan,
black eagle,
brass eagle,
carried an,
carried as,
carried on,
carried up,
carried us,
carries an,
carries on,
carries us,
cathy young,
flashy young,
grass eaten,
happy gas,
happy when,
happy young,
harry was,
harry young,
many can,
many such,
many young,
nanny cam,
sally lunn,
scrap pieces,
shabby young,
stag evil,
than even,
valley was,
at sea,
candy man,
cracked china,
flat pea,
grant china,
handy man,
ladies man,
that sea,
and even,
and evil,
annie zaenen,
badly eaten,
bandy leg,
black pea,
black sea,
daddy comes,
daddy loved,
daddy loves,
gandhi was,
grand deacon,
grand villa,
grass pea,
had beaten,
had needed,
had reason,
happy as

4 syllables:
attack china,
japan china,
unhappy man,
bombax ceiba,
harry keogh,
japan needed,
really can,
really come,
really get,
really judge,
really love,
really was,
really young,
unhappy young,
attacked china,
allow china,
as many as,
enhance china,
examine some

5 syllables:
marrowfat pea,
hanoi hannah

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