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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with cetane:

2 syllables:
net gain,
air lane,
neck pain,
pair gain,
yet have,
air train,
breast pain,
chest pain,
death train,
jet plane,
net change,
net veined,
rest pain,
wet brain,
wrecked train,
cell line,
hip pain,
la main,
pitch chain,
air rage,
air raid,
bear raid,
chair rail,
deaf aid,
death eight,
stair rail,
them have,
them made,
them make,
well have,
where eight,
where have,
bet on,
butt chain,
debt in,
debt on,
dressed in,
et en,
et in,
et un,
et une,
foot pain,
met an,
met in,
met on,
met one,
net in,
net ton,
pit lane,
set in.,
set line,
set one,
stressed in,
threat in,
yet an,
yet in,
yet on,
yet one,
air drain,
bread grain,
claire danes,
head mange,
lead paint,
air change,
belle plain,
belle plaine,
cette phase


3 syllables:
excess stain,
essay in,
essay on,
express lane,
hotel chain,
motel chain,
direct chain,
direct train,
effect chain,
except maine,
excess strain,
express train,
perfect chain,
access aisle,
addressed in,
extra train,
headway in,
access gained,
access lanes,
access state,
any gain,
any pain,
assess brain,
assess change,
assess state,
better have,
carry chain,
chapelle saint


4 syllables:
cigarette drain,
cigarette in


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