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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with silken:

2 syllables:
milk can,
still can,
will can,
beer can,
being can,
bills on,
build an,
build on,
built an,
built on,
film on,
fish can,
here can,
hills on,
him can,
ink on,
it can,
killed on,
king can,
mill run,
piled on,
quill pen,
risk can,
risk on,
there can,
thing can,
think an,
think on,
this can,
till then,
tin can,
which can,
will run,
will then,
year can,
bill on,
click on,
fill an,
film can,
hill on,
kick on,
milk run,
mill on,
pick on,
sick on,
skills can,
stick on,
still an,
still on,
trick on,
will convey,
will on,
his gun,
spear gun,
spring gun,
zip gun,
arriere ban,
being done,
being run,
being then,
big ben,
big lan,
big man,
big men,
big ten,
brings an,
brings on,
christ on,
climbed on,
dear son,
did then,
did when,
fix on,
here then,
here when,
him ten,
him then,
him when,
hinge on,
his man,
his men,
his non,
his pen,
his ten,
hit man,
hit men,
if done,
if man,
if men,
if then


3 syllables:
until ten,
until then,
until an,
appear when,
appeared on,
appears on,
career man,
commits an,
conflict on,
exist on


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See silken used in context: 15 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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