Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with precambrian:

3 syllables:
thank brian,
thanh nguyen,
prof. brian,
thought brian,
and reason,
angry when,
apply an,
dandy hen,
flank region,
gland region,
grand reason,
grande region,
range region,
scant reason,
basque region,
hatched region,
mapped region,
palouse region,
ralph freeman,
sadcc region,
valve region,
graham bretton,
many an,
many on,
asked brian,
black region,
grass region,
had beaten,
had reason,
mallee hen,
shall reason,
tally on,
that reason,
that region,
valley on,
what reason,
amy tan,
blanche wiesen,
carried an,
carried on,
carries an,
carries on,
frank wheaton,
plants eaten,
range beacon,
range weapon

4 syllables:
assam region,
exactly on,
because brian,
abstract reason,
contact region,
exact reason,
exact region,
danube region,
pampa region,
damage region,
klamath region,
really an,
tamil region,
amory houghton,
canon sheehan,
gamma region,
jammu region,
japan sweden,
tambov region

6 syllables:
kaliningrad region

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