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

3 syllables:
have spoken,
phrase spoken,
straight spoken,
chain broken,
plain broken,
names spoken,
faint notion,
have broken,
makes motion,
quaint notion,
strange motion,
strange notion,
yates snowden,
claim token,
same token,
chain motion,
grain motion,
plain roman,
plain woven,
plane motion,
space motion,
been spoken,
james bohman,
james bowman,
james logan,
learn spoken,
lines spoken,
since spoken,
james nolan,
chain sprocket,
failed logon,
named cohen,
based motion,
based notion,
have proven,
james bowen,
james hogan,
place frozen,
raised roman,
stayed frozen,
stays frozen,
waste motion,
james hoban,
phase motion

4 syllables:
always spoken,
campaign slogan,
remain broken,
became broken,
mainly spoken,
plainly spoken,
prayer spoken,
always broken,
contained motion,
remain frozen,
remained roman,
replace broken,
retained motion,
campaign slogans,
domain logon,
remained broken,
remains open,
remains potent,
exchange tokens,
explain motion,
remained open,
remained potent,
briefly spoken,
chiefly spoken,
became frozen,
contain potent,
phrases spoken,
remain open,
remain potent,
remain sovereign,
contains poison,
detailed motion,
contained poison,
became roman,
contains local,
remains frozen,
remains local,
remains sovereign

5 syllables:
japanese notion

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