Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mainframe:

2 syllables:
plain frame,
plane frame,
frame frame,
jframe frame,
frail frame,
plate frame,
space frame,
paint frame,
plane frames,
lname fname,
change came,
based frame,
braced frame,
eight frames,
plate frames,
rain came,
shaped frame,
space framed,
space frames,
day name,
main aim,
faith claim,
freight claim,
hakes dame,
laid claim,
lays claim,
place blame,
plays the game,
state claim,
time frame,
vague claim,
guide frame,
light frame,
might frame,
right frame,
slight frame,
style frame,
tight frame,
white frame,
blame game,
brain brain,
brain drain,
grain grain,
same name,
shame shame,
train train,
cane brake,
case came,
chain grate,
change names,
faint trace,
faint trail,
feigned names,
gave name,
grade freight,
grain trade,
main brace,
make game,
may claim,
naked flame

3 syllables:
create frame,
relay frame,
create frames,
paper frame,
unbraced frame,
layer frame,
always blame,
always claim,
unpaid claim,
divine flame,
explain crime,
petite frame,
remain prime,
campaign train,
obtain grain,
always came,
beyond shame,
campaign trail,
complaint named,
contain claims,
contain trace,
contain trade,
contained names,
contains names,
delay claim,
exchange names,
exchange rate,
explain trade,
obtain grace

4 syllables:
predicate frame,
predicate frames,
containing frame,
aggregate claim,
japanese claim,
uncertain terrain,
japanese phrase

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