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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with aedine:

2 syllables:
yet been,
yet seen,
air sign,
dead heat,
death scene,
fresh bean,
fresh scene,
hex sign,
sex scene,
shell bean,
tense scene,
well seen,
dead marine,
la tene,
carob bean,
chih hsien,
dna gene,
fa hsien,
has heen,
is seen,
la reine,
paris scene,
plus sign,
ta lien,
this scene,
this sign,
thus seen,
death theme,
yet each,
death these,
fresh sheep,
fresh sheet,
shell heap,
stew meat,
tell each,
them each,
wedge heel,
where each,
bread in,
by dean,
dead in,
dead on,
fa hien,
good sign,
head down,
head in,
head on,
lead an,
lead in,
lead on,
lead one,
rural dean,
spread in,
spread on,
thread in,
tread down,
tread on,
best seen,
bette greene,
cent sign,
check routine,
kennt keine


3 syllables:
steady on,
genet jean,
queckenstedts sign,
any in,
any one,
carry an,
carry in,
carry on,
carry one,
complex scene,
delhi in,
heavy in,
heavy on,
hotel scene,
levy on,
marry in,
mary ann,
mary anne,
mary in,
prairie hen,
vary in,
jedoch keine,
steady and,
steady down,
office scene,
ahead in,
ahead on,
arrest scene,
betsy hearne,
betty and,
depressed teens,
expressed gene


4 syllables:
library in,
library on,
primary in,
area dean


5 syllables:
necessary in,
necessary on


Some other possibilities:

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