Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lagena:

3 syllables:
grassy knoll,
hamm mia,
many a,
many non,
shang china,
snap pea,
stag evil,
t'ang china,
that china,
though china,
batty man,
black eagle,
happy man,
many men,
amy tan,
at even,
at pisa,
atty. gen,
atty gen,
brass eagle,
carried an,
carried as,
carried on,
carried up,
carried us,
carries an,
carries on,
carries us,
cathy young,
daddy was,
flashy young,
ghatti gum,
grass eaten,
had eaten,
had even,
happy gas,
happy when,
happy young,
harry was,
harry young,
many can,
many such,
many young,
nanny cam,
sally lunn,
scrap pieces,
shabby young,
than even,
that even,
that evil,
valley was,
black pea,
black sea,
cracked china,
and china,
annie zaenen,
at sea,
flat pea,
grant china,
grass pea,
happy as,
mallee hen,
many an,
many as,
many on,
many u.s.,
sandy knoll,
shangri la

4 syllables:
attack china,
japan china,
bombax ceiba,
unhappy man,
harry keogh,
japan needed,
really can,
really come,
really get,
really judge,
really love,
really was,
really young,
unhappy young,
attacked china,
smilax china,
allow china,
as many as,
baggy cotton,
enhance china,
examine some,
maggie added,
rabbi jonah,
really am,
really an,
really as,
really has,
shanghai china

5 syllables:
hanoi hannah,
marrowfat pea,
really gonna,
really wanna

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