Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chickens:

2 syllables:
big guns,
quick as,
thick as,
still loves,
being comes,
big as,
big ones,
bridge comes,
chill comes,
cousin comes,
drink comes,
here comes,
his guns,
it comes,
paris comes,
skill comes,
smith comes,
sphere comes,
spring comes,
still comes,
string comes,
there comes,
thing comes,
think comes,
this comes,
thrill comes,
which comes,
wicked tongues,
with guns,
being as,
being has,
bill as,
bill has,
bit as,
dear ones,
did as,
ear as,
fear as,
fish as,
fit as,
here as,
here has,
him as,
him has,
his as,
if as,
ill as,
in. as,
in as,
in u.s.,
is as,
it as,
it has,
it runs,
king as,
king has,
myth as,
near as,
paris as,
rich as,
ship as

3 syllables:
career comes,
appear as,
career as,
career has,
given as,
given noise,
michael hayes,
mission as,
mission whose,
prison whose

4 syllables:
natalis comes,
commission as,
commission has,
commission whose,
condition as,
condition has,
condition whose,
decision as,
decision has,
decision whose,
division as,
division has,
division whose,
ignition noise,
origin as,
origin whose,
provision as,
provision has,
provision whose,
religion as,
religion has,
religion knows,
religion whose,
rewritten as

5 syllables:
definition as,
definition has,
expedition whose,
proposition as,
proposition whose

Some other possibilities:

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See chickens used in context: 36 poetry verses, 4 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, 1 Bible passage, 22 definitions

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