Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with licensed:

2 syllables:
snipe hunt,
tight assed,
time must,
price jumped,
quite untouched,
lies just,
eye crust,
fly front,
fly nut,
high but,
life must,
line must,
might just,
might trust,
pine nut,
quite trust,
right shunt

3 syllables:
einen seite,
licence might,
license might,
science at,
science ought,
science sought,
briefly rinsed,
dies on feet,
be light on feet,
byron might,
byron thought,
byron white,
byron wrote,
died on feet,
driven right,
dryden might,
dryden thought,
dryden wrote,
einen nicht,
finally eased,
frightened at,
linen sheet,
linen shirt,
linen white,
lyman wight,
lytton wrote,
nylon shirt,
prices might,
prices right,
prices that,
private taste,
rifle sight,
silent heat,
slices white,
vices might,
zweiten halfte,
licence to,
license to,
prices at,
prices ought,
rises at,
bryan might,
bryan thought,
bryan wrote,
byron asked,
byron scott,
driven at,
driven first,
driven out,
driven state,
licence of,
license in,
license is,
license of,
license or,
linen chest,
linen skirt,
linen suits,
lion ant,
lion heart,
minus eight,
pariah caste,
pinon nut,
playa norte,
prices asked,
prices based,
prices faced,
prices first,
rises first,
seine kunst,
silence might,
silence that,
silent toast

4 syllables:
arisen first,
devices might,
devices that,
offices might,
offices at,
arisen quite,
devices based,
devices first,
o'brien wrote,
offices based

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