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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cabane:

2 syllables:
way pane,
may gain,
spray paint,
brain gain,
chain chain,
craig raine,
freight train,
hay bale,
maine maine,
may change,
maybe eight,
place saint,
plain jane,
raise cain,
straight chain,
weight gain,
weight train,
brain brain,
clay brained,
lame brain,
maybe change,
male line,
may wine,
rail line,
stray line,
day came,
day game,
day name,
main aim,
may game,
play game,
take aim,
age have,
case have,
claim made,
date have,
day rate,
days have,
eight eight,
fain have,
gay male,
grade eight,
gray sage,
gray whale,
hay rake,
lay days,
lay race,
may cape,
may face,
may fail,
may make,
may raise,
may save,
may take,
pale ale,
pay raise,
pay rate,
place eight,
play date,
play safe,
played eight,
race hate,
raise eight,
same age,
sei whale,
space age,
stage eight,
state aid,
state have,
stay sail,
stayed eight,
straight eight,
trade date,
weighs eight,
maybe in,
maybe one


3 syllables:
brequet chain,
delay change,
grey, zane,
grey zane,
prayer chain,
retail chain,
female brain,
labor pain,
delay line,
survey line,
away game,
domain name,
always have,
contain eight,
create eight,
delay phase,
estate tail,
obtain eight,
relay race,
remain eight,
remain naive,
survey phase


4 syllables:
faraday cage,
japanese have


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