Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with fiendish:

2 syllables:
deep dish,
pie dish,
fried fish,
these fish,
bean dip,
leaned his,
leaned in,
my wish,
queen wished,
they wish,
tree fish,
creek ditch,
cuisine which,
deemed it,
fleet ditch,
gleamed in,
green ridge,
green which,
green witch,
marine which,
meant in,
meant is,
meant it,
queen bitch,
queen which,
rhine which,
routine which,
scene which,
screamed in,
screen which,
seemed in,
sheen which,
sign which,
spleen which,
beans in,
been sick,
been there,
been this,
been with,
beene there,
cheese dip,
cheese quiche,
clean bill,
clean there,
clean thing,
creek parish,
each parish,
field in,
field is,
gene chip,
green being,
green buick,
green lit,
green there,
green thing,
green with,
greene ville,
jean pierre,
mean there,
mean this,
means in,
means is,
means it,
queen being,
queen there

3 syllables:
sabine parish,
amine which,
fourteen which,
ich liebe dich,
machine which,
saline which,
unseen which,
achieved his,
achieved if,
achieved in,
achieved is,
believed him,
believed his,
believed in,
believed it,
concealed his,
concealed in,
conceived in,
conceived it,
creole fish,
deceived in,
fourteen being,
fourteen there,
guido kisch,
machine being,
machine there,
machine will,
machine with,
oblique fissure,
obscene thing,
perceived in,
perceived it,
received him

4 syllables:
dopamine which

6 syllables:
acetylcholine which

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