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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with clean-shaven:

8 letters:
by satan


10 letters:
been taken,
east asian,
free mason,
key driven


11 letters:
been shaken,
bene jaakan,
green satin,
scene taken,
cream satin,
steam taken,
theme taken,
least taken,
leave taken,
peach satin,
piece taken,
steve mason,
teeth taken,
trees taken,
brief reign,
cheap asian,
means taken,
peace reign,
three asian,
clean linen,
green linen,
rhine basin,
seems taken,
areas taken,
ideas taken,
brian fagan,
brian mason


12 letters:
scheme taken,
greek maiden,
pious layman,
pious laymen,
speech taken,
sweet maiden,
green shaded,
least shaken,
rhine graben,
surely taken,
marine basin,
seemed taken,
themes taken,
appeal taken,
defeat satan,
degree mason,
degree taken,
kitab bhavan,
brian hayden,
newly shaven


13 letters:
street dayton,
street maiden,
seemed shaken,
green station,
rhine maidens,
roughly taken,
cream station,
schemes taken,
steam station,
ancient asian,
believe satan,
degrees taken,
entries taken,
entry station,
offene fragen


14 letters:
roughly shaken,
marine station,
maureen reagan,
cleanly shaven,
ancient ceylon,
already shaken


15 letters:
routine patient,
expressly taken


16 letters:
concrete caisson


18 letters:
quarantine station



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