Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with greenest:

2 syllables:
team must,
they must,
why must,
by just,
see just,
they just,
been just,
they rushed,
each must,
these must,
beach hut,
by but,
die cut,
eat dust,
leaf rust,
my trust,
pie crust,
see but,
street trust,
surely trust,
they but,
they cut,
they get,
they let,
they put,
they trust,
viele leute,
wheat rust,
beech nut,
been but,
been cut,
been let,
been put,
been shut,
been thrust,
clean cut,
cream nut,
marine trust,
means must,
my youngest,
routine assay,
seen but,
three youngest,
wheel nut,
steam hissed,
surely missed,
they missed,
be my guest,
by west,
free list,
hi test,
key west,
my best,
my chest,
my guest,
my list,
my wrist,
shrewdly guessed,
they kissed,
they rest,
try best,
very best

3 syllables:
china sought,
ubi sunt,
china bought,
china fought,
china hoped,
china jute,
china light,
china might,
china right,
china root,
china that,
china thought,
china white,
complete trust,
marina thought,
oasdi trust,
villa seurat,
china asked,
china at,
china based,
china ceased,
china coast,
china faced,
china first,
china ought,
china passed,
china state,
fena test,
machine cut,
marina asked,
shea nut,
crisis at,
eases out

4 syllables:
area must,
employee must,
charina bottae,
genius ought,
katsina state

Some other possibilities:

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