Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with rain tree:

2 syllables:
grain three,
pain free,
plain three,
plane three,
spain three,
train three,
brain tries,
chain tie,
may try,
paint three,
plane trees,
came very,
claim three,
drained by,
frame three,
gained by,
name three,
pale dry,
same three,
stained by,
trained by,
change by,
change key,
change my,
chased by,
eight three,
faced by,
gains by,
grade three,
grave three,
have free,
have three,
made free,
made three,
made very,
make three,
make very,
maybe three,
phase three,
phrase three,
place three,
place very,
placed by,
placed my,
plate three,
played three,
plays three,
prayed three,
raise three,
raped by,
said very,
scale three,
shaped by,
space three,
stage three,
staid three,
state three,
stayed three,
straight three,
take three,
take very,
trace free

3 syllables:
always try,
campaign three,
contain three,
explain three,
obtain three,
remain free,
remain three,
sustain three,
contain trees,
domain trees,
attained by,
became three,
became very,
contained by,
detained by,
explained by,
explained why,
obtained by,
restrained by,
retained by,
sustained by,
always three,
always very,
always worry,
contain roughly,
create three,
decade three,
delayed three,
detail three,
embraced by,
engage three,
exchange by,
explains why,
portrays three,
remain roughly,
replace three,
replaced by

4 syllables:
ascertained by

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