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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mainsail:

2 syllables:
chain e-mail,
chain mail,
chain wale,
bake sale,
made sail,
make sail,
makes sail,
trade sale,
chase tail,
chased tail,
day trail,
fail whale,
gray scale,
hate mail,
pay scale,
plate rail,
shale shale,
snail mail,
space scale,
straight trail,
weigh scale,
whale tail,
gay male,
grain sales,
grain scale,
james hales,
james whale,
stay sail,
strain scale,
brain fails,
crane rails,
faint trail,
gray whale,
hay bale,
may fail,
pale ale,
plain tales,
plain trail,
plane failed,
rain quail,
sei whale,
spain failed,
mains sales,
rains failed,
brain while,
chain while,
drain tile,
drain while,
grain while,
main file,
plain while,
plane while,
same scale,
spain while,
strain while,
terrain while,
train while,
ames ace,
claim failed,
claim fails,
claims have,
drake sailed,
eight sales,
frame rails,
grade scale,
have sailed,
james hayes,
maize sales,
makes sales,
names have,
plate scale,
raise sales


3 syllables:
retail sale,
survey scale,
obtain sales,
campaign failed,
campaign trail,
caney shale,
contains eight,
estate tail,
remain veiled,
remains veiled,
became stale,
campaign while,
domain while,
explain while,
obtain while,
remain while,
create sales,
estate sales,
female sales,
female scale,
frigate sailed,
probate sales,
retail sales


4 syllables:
hurricane scale,
aggregate sales,
aggregate scale,
japanese sales


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See mainsail used in context: 1 Bible passage, 2 definitions

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