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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dentine:

2 syllables:
tense scene,
cent sign,
kennt keine,
air sign,
death scene,
fresh bean,
fresh scene,
hex sign,
sex scene,
shell bean,
well seen,
yet been,
yet seen,
best seen,
check routine,
french bean,
french scene,
genre scene,
can mean,
floor routine,
sun sign,
then been,
when seen,
care team,
dead marine,
where marine,
bare teeth,
bells sign,
bette greene,
breathe clean,
check means,
chess queen,
claire leaned,
cress green,
death means,
death meant,
egg teeth,
flesh means,
french cheese,
french heel,
fresh beans,
fresh clean,
fresh green,
fresh means,
glenn beall,
guess jeans,
health scene


3 syllables:
percent sign,
recent scene,
twenty in,
twenty one,
complex scene,
genet jean,
hotel scene,
queckenstedts sign,
any sign,
arrest scene,
depressed teens,
expressed gene,
henri heine,
henry in,
perfect scene,
solemn scene,
agent means,
any in,
any one,
content means,
gently in,
gently on,
percent green,
percent means,
plenty and,
prevent marine,
recent marine,
repent means,
twenty and,
twenty known,
twenty men,
twenty minae,
twenty nine,
twenty ounce,
urban scene,
excess steam,
project team,
access means,
access screen,
betsy hearne,
ceci bean,
derek keene,
eerie scene,
empress queen,
ever been,
ever seen,
fairy scene,
jedoch keine,
jelly bean


4 syllables:
majesty in,
century in,
century on


5 syllables:
culinary scene


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