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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with duramen:

2 syllables:
poor man,
poor men


3 syllables:
woman on,
floor button,
hooded man,
took command,
during an,
dehra dun,
era when,
spirit on,
where helen,
where russian,
goora nut,
woman can,
brook kedron,
floor added,
floor office,
moore added,
push button,
feral man,
forum on,
poor woman,
poore woman,
san ramon,
cured bacon,
began an,
began on,
britain on,
button on,
given an,
given on,
heaven on,
lesson on,
look in on,
looking on,
mission on,
prison on,
pulling on,
pushing on,
reckon on,
retain an,
session on,
woman in,
written an,
written on,
brook kishon,
brush up on,
bullet in,
chapel on,
check up on,
cited on,
couple on,
cousin helen,
credit on,
device on,
devil an,
dutch oven,
gas oven,
his sudden,
hung up on,
image on,
jesus on,
let up on,
level on,
limit on,
little on,
metal on,
pick up on,
pivot on,
presses on,
settle on,
stood hidden,
stresses on,
struggle on


4 syllables:
securing an,
azure heaven,
nurul hasan,
commission on,
condition on,
decision on,
depression on,
division on,
expression on,
religion on,
suspicion on,
admitted on,
committed an,
committed on,
develop an,
develop on,
exhibit an,
expresses an,
extra button,
of a sudden,
on a sudden,
permitted on,
possesses an,
submitted on


5 syllables:
miura baien,
security on


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