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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with anglican:

3 syllables:
banking on,
avec un,
avec une,
calling on,
falling on,
traffic on,
dancing on,
had begun,
handing on,
hanging on,
landing on,
shall hearken,
standing on,
acting on,
active on,
at given,
black chiffon,
black ribbon,
black widgeon,
casting on,
class given,
gath rimmon,
glass ribbon,
graph given,
had given,
had risen,
had written,
hath given,
matt dillon,
staff given,
staff mission,
staff written,
that given,
that mission,
that vision,
dog lichen,
canned chicken,
fan fiction,
grand liban,
planning an,
planning on,
range chicken,
at lisbon,
back kitchen,
backing on,
basis on,
black fiction,
black kitten,
cabin on,
cash in on,
catching on,
class fiction,
cracking on,
dragging on,
flash fiction,
frank kidson,
frank kingdon,
frank kitson,
frank simon,
had hidden,
had listened,
having an,
having on,
latching on,
passing an,
passing on,
pat nixon,
rabbit on,
shall quicken,
slash fiction,
squatting on,
tappit hen,
thank simon,
wrapped chicken,
lung lichen,
balling gun,
planning can,
caliph harun,
frank dixon,
frank listened,
frank nixon


4 syllables:
establish an,
manna lichen,
advantage on,
attack begun,
expanding on,
japan mission,
apache mission,
attack mission,
combat mission,
suzanne dixon,
africa in,
applying an,
classic chicken,
established an,
established on,
traveling on,
travelling on,
allowing an


5 syllables:
abraham guillen


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