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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with horn in:

2 syllables:
for sin,
or thin,
sore shin,
all sin,
haut rhin,
long thin,
walked in.,
born on,
borne on,
corn on,
for non,
or non,
warn him,
born here,
born near,
corn is,
corps since,
course since,
for near,
for since,
for sins,
for skin,
force since,
george innes,
hors ligne,
horse since,
or near,
or since,
or skin,
saw gin,
score since,
shore since,
source since,
store since,
borne since,
corn mint,
door hinge,
north ninth,
for man,
for men,
form an,
form on,
more men,
or man,
or men,
all non,
board on,
course an,
course on,
court on,
door when,
doors on,
for fun,
for san,
for ten,
for then,
for when,
force an,
force on,
fort on,
forth an,
forth on,
horse on,
karl linne,
more can,
more fun,
more then,
more when,
nor can,
north on,
or can,
or done,
or ten,
or when,
port on,
scores on,
short on,
short ton,
source on,
stored on,
war can,
war when

3 syllables:
before since,
divorce since,
favour since,
wherefore since,
cornish hen,
morning on,
before man,
before men,
perform an,
perform on,
among non,
before then,
before when,
record on,
report an,
report on,
support an,
support on

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