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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with nubian:

2 syllables:
screw bean,
you been


3 syllables:
broody hen,
study on,
truly an,
booby hut,
booby hutch,
boogie man,
bruce heezen,
due season,
fruit eaten,
fuji san,
new weapon,
study can,
true reason,
true even,
you even,
july in,
movie in,
study in,
truly in,
study as,
study has,
truly as,
baby on,
blue pea,
bloom season,
blue sea,
chou de milan,
crude weapon,
foods eaten,
fruit region,
fruit season,
fruits eaten,
looney tunes,
loony tunes,
louise seaman,
new sweden,
new zealand,
newly slain,
school season,
smooth region,
used even


4 syllables:
drew a bead on,
acute lesion,
diffuse lesion,
diffuse region,
dilute region,
gloomy reign,
julia and,
julie haydon,
louis hemon,
movie alone,
muley hassan,
museum in,
review client,
study alone,
study often,
study urban,
truly alone,
truly hidden,
truly urban,
dubious honour,
dubious since,
hubert eaton


5 syllables:
absolute reason,
absolute weapon,
community on


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