Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with plain-spoken:

10 letters:
same token

11 letters:
have spoken,
have broken,
claim token,
plain roman,
plain woven,
been spoken,
james logan,
james nolan,
named cohen,
have proven,
james bowen,
james hogan,
james hoban,
remain open

12 letters:
chain broken,
plain broken,
names spoken,
faint notion,
makes motion,
chain motion,
grain motion,
plane motion,
space motion,
james bohman,
james bowman,
learn spoken,
lines spoken,
since spoken,
failed logon,
based motion,
based notion,
place frozen,
raised roman,
stays frozen,
waste motion,
phase motion,
domain logon,
remains open,
became roman

13 letters:
phrase spoken,
quaint notion,
yates snowden,
stayed frozen,
always spoken,
remain broken,
became broken,
mainly spoken,
prayer spoken,
always broken,
remain frozen,
remained open,
became frozen,
remain potent,
remains local

14 letters:
strange motion,
strange notion,
chain sprocket,
plainly spoken,
remained roman,
replace broken,
remains potent,
explain motion,
briefly spoken,
chiefly spoken,
contain potent,
phrases spoken,
contains local,
remains frozen

15 letters:
straight spoken,
campaign slogan,
retained motion,
remained broken,
exchange tokens,
remained potent,
contains poison,
detailed motion,
japanese notion

16 letters:
contained motion,
campaign slogans,
remain sovereign,
contained poison

17 letters:
remains sovereign

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