Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sixteen:

2 syllables:
quick scene,
its mean,
nicht meine,
since been,
split routine,
thick green,
thick marine,
this routine,
thick steam,
being seen,
his keen,
pick clean,
picks clean,
quick clean,
quick screen,
sixth scene,
spring scene,
still seen,
strict routine,
thick screen,
thick spines,
thick steel,
this been,
this gene,
this mean,
touching scene,
were seen,
fixed means,
fixed routine,
is seen,
mixed green,
mixed means,
paris scene,
this scene,
this sign,
years been,
8-bit clean,
8 bit clean,
being clean,
being green,
bring clean,
chris green,
drink clean,
fifth scene,
his green,
his queen,
in green,
in marine,
is clean,
is green,
it clean,
paris spleen,
spill clean,
split green,
spring clean,
spring green,
spring queen,
stiff green,
still green,
this screen,
weird scene,
were clean,
witch queen,
with clean,
with green,
with queen,
check routine,
jan steen,
big screen,
since steam,
with steam,
chicks leave,
click speed,
climb steep,
didst teach

3 syllables:
sixty one,
lhermitte sign,
classic scene,
sixty and,
sixty men,
sixty nine,
appear clean,
appear green,
berlin green,
until clean,
until green,
until queen,
virgin queen,
admit steam,
admits steam,
until steam,
anouilh jean,
classic cuisine,
conflict means,
conflict meant

4 syllables:
michelin green

5 syllables:
cenozoic marine

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