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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with profane:

7 letters:
no gain,
no pain,
no rain,
to gain,
to pain,
to rain,
do fine,
so fine,
to fine,
to fame,
to face,
to fade,
to fail,
lo mein,
no line,
to dine,
to line,
to mine,
to nine,
go game,
no name,
one aim,
to name,
co mate,
do make,
do take,
go bail


8 letters:
two lane,
two main,
two fine,
go train,
no faith,
no pains,
one main,
so plain,
to drain,
to faith,
to paint,
to spain,
to train,
who fail,
bow line,
low line,
low wine,
to shine,
tow line,
how came,
no shame,
now came,
one name,
to shame,
who came,
bone age,
bow wave,
goes ape,
joe said,
low paid


9 letters:
no change,
to change,
two phase,
flow line,
goal line,
toll line,
whose aim,
boat tail,
coat tail,
crow bait,
does have,
flow rate,
home made,
to lay in,
to lay on


10 letters:
who gained,
whose main,
would fain,
throw line,
whole line,
above have,
alone have


11 letters:
choke chain,
known chain,
whole chain,
would deign,
grows faint,
shows faint,
chose eight,
coach hayes,
drove eight,
above eight


12 letters:
grove haines,
should deign,
showed faint,
embryo brain


13 letters:
approach lane,
chateau saint,
plateau phase


14 letters:
remote terrain


15 letters:
approach change


Some other possibilities:

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See profane used in context: 58 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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