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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with quaintness:

2 syllables:
grain roughness,
grain twice,
plane truss,
terrain roughness,
train twice,
bathe twice,
maybe twice,
phrase twice,
place stress,
place twice,
placed twice,
played twice,
raped twice,
scale roughness,
shave twice,
space truss,
space twice,
sprayed twice,
weighs twice,
based assay,
brain trust,
change twice,
faint pulse,
grains twice,
plane stress,
saint just,
strain stress,
weigh twice,
weight twice,
plate assay,
breaks the ice,
change must,
named twice,
plane touches,
saved us,
trained chefs,
based trust,
bathed twice,
blake trust,
failed twice,
grain truck,
have thus,
main thrust,
makes twice,
makes us,
naive trust,
paint gun,
phrase stress,
place trust,
placed trust,
quaint dutch,
raised twice,
rates twice,
sainte beuve,
scale stress,
shaped pulse,
shaved twice,
states twice,
tails assay,
weighed twice,
paint is,
saint is,
aid us,
made us,
state must,
ate dust,
brain trusts,
brains trust,
change stress


3 syllables:
contain twice,
became twice,
replaced twice,
contained twice,
contains twice,
domain trust,
exchange assay,
obtain stress,
obtained twice,
regain trust,
female rhesus,
complaint was,
paying twice,
remained chaste,
always trust,
betrayed trust,
create stress,
creates stress,
delayed stress,
female stress,
pain in the ass,
paper twice,
prayers twice,
remains chaste,
restraints on,
complaint is,
maintain his,
restraint is,
made an ass,
persuade us


4 syllables:
japanese trucks


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