Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with pinions:

2 syllables:
big ones,
cousin comes,
dear ones,
fin whales,
in wales,
which ones,
his guns,
it runs,
which runs,
winged doves,
with guns,
in was,
sin was,
skin was,
big guns,
in gas,
inch guns,
since as,
since has,
being comes,
drink comes,
spring comes,
string comes,
thing comes,
think comes,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
here comes,
his lungs,
in. as,
in as,
in u.s.,
it comes,
paris comes,
sin as,
sin has,
skill comes,
skin as,
skin has,
smith comes,
sphere comes,
stiff lungs,
still comes,
there comes,
thin as,
this comes,
thrill comes,
which comes,
wicked tongues,
ear buds,
pill bugs,
being was,
din dins,
fun runs,
him was,
in years,
jim was,
king was,
ring was,
sin bins,
singh was,
spring was,
sten guns,
stun guns,
the thing was,
thing was,
wing was,
beer was,
bill was,
bridge was,
dick was,
did was,
drink as,
ear was,
fear was,
fish was,
here was,
hill was,
his was

3 syllables:
berlin was,
million u.s.,
aching lungs,
career comes,
berlin years,
career was,
dinner comes,
income as,
income has,
income whose

4 syllables:
opinion as,
opinion has,
opinion whose,
continue as,
natalis comes,
opinion needs,
opinion shows,
opinion these,
opinion those,
opinion was,
opinions as

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See pinions used in context: 5 rhymes, several books and articles.

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