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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with roman:

2 syllables:
cow man,
do men,
home on,
how man,
how men,
no man,
no men,
to man,
to men,
two men,
drone on,
ho nan,
known on,
one an,
one on,
phone on,
shone on,
shown an,
shown on,
stone on,
thrown on,
to non,
two non,
blow gun,
blows on,
boat on,
bow pen,
close on,
cloth on,
coat on,
code on,
cow pen,
do then,
do when,
does an,
does on,
dote on,
drove on,
float on,
flow can,
flows on,
go when,
goad on,
goes on,
grows on,
growth on,
hole on,
hope on,
how can,
how then,
joke on,
load on,
no fun,
no son,
note on,
now can,
now done,
now run,
now then,
now when,
ode on,
road on,
rode on,
role on,
roll on,
rose on,
showed an,
shows an,
shows on,
so can,
so then,
so when,
spoke on,
those on,
throws on,
to don,
to run,
to san,
to ten,
to when,
toll on,
two can,
two when,
vote on,
who can,
who ran,
who run,
who then,
who when,
who won


3 syllables:
alone on,
above an,
above on,
approach on,
arose on,
encroach on,
promote an,
propose an,
suppose an


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See roman used in context: 14 poetry verses, 59 Shakespeare works, 2 Bible passages, 644 definitions

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