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2 syllables:
it an,
did an,
being an,
big gun,
brig. gen,
brig gen,
bring an,
fill an,
hear an,
here an,
him an,
his son,
if an,
in an,
in non,
is an,
near an,
still an,
there an,
this an,
this son,
were an,
were run,
which an,
win an,
with an,
year an,
big ten,
built an,
him ten,
his ten,
in ten,
is ten,
it can,
it done,
it ran,
it run,
it then,
it when,
it won,
mit den,
pit run,
split run,
were ten,
with ten,
bit in,
but an,
but ten,
et en,
et un,
et une,
fit in,
foot ton,
get an,
it in,
it in.,
let an,
met an,
net ton,
pit in,
put an,
set an,
sit in,
slit in,
split in,
wit in,
yet an,
being done,
bit tongue,
build an,
did then,
did when,
if done,
in den,
is done,
it hung,
lit hum,
signed an,
split tongue,
thing done,
this done,
were done,
with don,
arriere ban,
beer can,
being can,
being run,
being then,
big ben,
big guns,
big lan,
big man


3 syllables:
commit an,
submit an,
adding an,
until an,
commits an,
until ten,
appear when


4 syllables:
consider an


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