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

2 syllables:
pouring rain,
ring main,
his cane,
his main,
his pain,
is pain,
lil wayne,
pit lane,
switch cane,
thick chain,
this chain,
this main,
this pain,
will gain,
with jane,
with pain,
with rain,
hip pain,
pitch chain,
since saint,
since spain,
can gain,
sinn fein,
thin line,
being chained,
being gained,
being plain,
bring change,
bring gains,
bring grain,
bring spain,
link chain,
pouring rains,
skin game,
spring grain,
spring rains,
sprouting grain,
swing plane,
tearing pains,
thing gained,
thing plain,
bit plane,
bridge crane,
bridge train,
chick brain,
click change,
dip stain,
ear mange,
fifth maine,
fin rays,
fin whale,
flint age,
gear change,
gear train,
gin race,
his brain,
his change,
his pains,
his plane,
his train,
hiss plane,
is gained,
is plain,
is vague,
it gained,
it gains,
it plain,
it rained,
it rains,
its main,
jib crane,
mid brain,
paris train,
pick brain,
pierre saint,
pin rail

3 syllables:
benign brain,
resin paint,
virgin saint,
virgin spain,
aching brain,
aching pains,
growing chain,
limber chain,
appear plain,
appear vague,
benign phase,
billy payne,
billy wayne,
bishop paine,
bishop payne,
camille saint,
career change,
clear brain,
decay chain,
isaac hayne,
lewis paine,
lewis payne,
philip payne

5 syllables:
signifying chain

Some other possibilities:

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