Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with creatine:

2 syllables:
chase scene,
gay gene,
have heen,
may mean,
late teens,
claim means,
eight teeth,
eighth scene,
frame means,
have been,
have seen,
make clean,
may queen,
may teach,
name means,
same means,
same scene,
same sign,
snail bean,
stage scene,
straight teeth,
baked bean,
eight green,
eight means,
faint sheen,
plate clean,
shape tween,
slate clean,
state means,
state meant,
straight green,
weight means,
high sign,
may deem,
weiss sign,
made each,
may seem,
ray beam,
bay leaf,
day peep,
day week,
days each,
face each,
faith these,
game meat,
gave each,
have each,
make each,
may cease,
may feel,
may keep,
may leave,
may meet,
may need,
may reach,
may read,
may seek,
place each

3 syllables:
delay routine,
eighty one,
lady anne,
lady in,
lady on,
always been,
always mean,
always seen,
array means,
baby in,
baby on,
daily in,
daily on,
delay means,
delay meant,
navy in,
prayer scene,
retail scene,
survey means,
today means,
became routine,
create clean,
create green,
create means,
eighty nine,
estate means,
female teens,
grey hen,
grey in,
haiti and,
later scene,
prey on,
update routine,
gerade diese,
allay these,
betray these,
defray these,
delay these,
portray these,
relay league,
relay these

4 syllables:
japanese scene

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