Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with queen-size:

2 syllables:
been wise,
jean rhys,
meets eyes,
sheeps eyes,
by size,
green eyes,
green sides,
green signs,
bee flies,
dry flies,
meat pies,
street wise,
stream sides,
been times,
by ties,
clean lines,
green chiles,
green flies,
green gives,
green lines,
green pines,
green tiles,
green times,
green vines,
leann rimes,
leave signs,
marine lines,
marine miles,
meet eyes,
queen gives,
rhine wines,
routine gives,
routine times,
scene files,
scene gives,
screen gives,
screen lines,
sleek sides,
steel sides,
steep sides,
street signs,
these signs,
they rise,
tie dyes,
very wise,
by signs,
clean slides,
dry eyes,
green hides,
knee highs,
my eyes,
peace signs,
three sides,
three signs,
very eyes,
green maize,
green phase,
marine phase,
dream gives,
scheme gives,
steam gives,
steam lines,
stream files,
stream gives,
stream lines,
theme gives,
beach lines,
been five

3 syllables:
extreme highs,
extreme sides,
ancient times,
concrete sides,
concrete signs,
eugene lyons,
fourteen lines,
fourteen miles,
fourteen times,
fourteen wives,
machine gives,
machine lines,
machine times,
oblique sides,
repeat signs,
senior highs,
unseen beings,
chinese signs,
neon signs,
release signs,
fourteen days,
machine weighs,
extreme lines,
extreme tides,
extreme times,
supreme beings,
supreme prize,
agreed times,
amine light,
areas gives

4 syllables:
pliocene times

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