Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with convenience:

2 syllables:
been thus,
cream puffs,
routine assay,
brief pulse,
cheese puffs,
sleeve cuffs,
speed pulse,
steel pulse,
three trucks,
been since,
clean since,
green fence,
keen sense,
queen since,
routine since,
scene since,
screen since,
seen since,
roughly twice,
screen dumps,
beast hunts,
been tuned,
by parents,
freeze ups,
green depths,
green tufts,
keeps us,
leaves us,
my parents,
reached us,
sweet scents,
three bucks,
three fronts,
been twice,
been when,
been won,
clean young,
green young,
mean when,
scene twice,
scene when,
seen when,
been done,
been just,
been man,
been men,
been run,
been ten,
by bus,
by thus,
dean rusk,
fry ups,
green con,
green husks,
green man,
green run,
keep us,
leaned on,
leans on,
leant on,
leave us,
mean sun,
means an,
meant an,
meet us,
pci bus,
queen truss,
reach us

3 syllables:
concrete trucks,
fourteen pence,
machine since,
unseen since,
ancient tunes,
machine guns,
repeat twice,
beekman house,
degree pulse,
machine gunned,
received us,
unseen depths,
been a mass,
fourteen young,
freeman house,
beacon house,
china hopes,
china peace,
dental nurse,
elisa assay,
even his,
genial voice,
irene dunne,
lesion is,
machine can,
machine gun,
reason is,
region house,
region is

4 syllables:
convenient assay,
convenient house,
adhesion assay

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