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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bayesian:

3 syllables:
may even,
grey hen,
prey on,
case even,
have eaten,
have even,
made even,
make even,
maybe even,
navy man,
place even,
baby on,
brain lesion,
daily on,
grade lesion,
lady on,
an asian,
grey in,
of asian,
brain region,
chain region,
drain region,
flame region,
grain region,
phase region,
plain region,
plane region,
plate region,
rayleigh region,
same region,
scale region,
space region,
state region,
strain region,
strait region,
trade region,
vague region,
weight region,
brady bunch,
brave seaman,
breaks even,
crazy bunch,
daily lunch,
eighth season,
grape season,
grave reason,
have beaten,
have reason,
ladys man,
lake leman,
main reason,
plain reason,
same reason,
space weapon,
stage villain,
straight season,
the brady bunch,
vague reason,
brain lesions,
grade lesions,
grave lesions,
mainly on,
paisley ian,
raised lesion,
shaped lesion,
stage lesions

4 syllables:
calais region,
malay region,
survey region,
always eaten,
became even,
behaviour on,
grey heron,
concave region,
layer region,
montane region,
update region,
always beaten,
always reason,
behaviour can,
campaign season,
casey hayden,
daily happen,
daily urban,
gracie allen,
grey herons,
jamie allen,
malay peasant,
portray events,
lay heavy on,
mainly asian,
prey upon

5 syllables:
consummate villain,
hawaii began,
hurricane season

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