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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with profane:

2 syllables:
no gain,
no pain,
no rain,
to gain,
to pain,
to rain,
two lane,
two main,
do fine,
so fine,
to fine,
two fine,
to fame,
choke chain,
go train,
grove haines,
known chain,
no change,
no faith,
no pains,
one main,
should deign,
so plain,
to change,
to drain,
to face,
to fade,
to fail,
to faith,
to paint,
to spain,
to train,
two phase,
who fail,
who gained,
whole chain,
whose main,
would deign,
grows faint,
showed faint,
shows faint,
would fain,
bow line,
flow line,
goal line,
lo mein,
low line,
low wine,
no line,
throw line,
to dine,
to line,
to mine,
to nine,
to shine,
toll line,
tow line,
whole line,
go game,
how came,
no name,
no shame,
now came,
one aim,
one name,
to name,
to shame,
who came,
whose aim,
boat tail,
bone age,
bow wave,
chose eight,
co mate,
coach hayes,
coat tail,
crow bait,
do make,
do take,
does have,
drove eight,
flow rate,
go bail,
goes ape,
home made,
joe said,
low paid

3 syllables:
approach change,
approach lane,
chateau saint,
embryo brain,
plateau phase,
remote terrain,
to lay in,
to lay on,
above eight,
above have,
alone have

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See profane used in context: 58 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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