Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with belgian:

3 syllables:
merely an,
merely on,
carry an,
carry on,
felt even,
heavy on,
levy on,
prairie hen,
shell region,
steady on,
wealthy man,
wealthy men,
jelly man,
between an,
cette region,
check client,
czech legion,
dead season,
fresh reason,
gently on,
henry eaton,
pressure region,
steppe region,
stressed region,
stretch region,
technique can,
twenty men,
went even,
wet season,
delhi in,
fully on,
flesh eaten,
any man,
any men,
any non,
belly up,
bread eaten,
flare region,
health reason,
health region,
healthy lunch,
jerry can,
levied on,
married an,
married on,
merry men,
peggy eaton,
series on,
shelf region,
them even,
web beacon,
well seasoned,
where even,
where reason,
yet even,
greatly on

4 syllables:
energy on,
library on,
marcel brion,
assembly on,
century on,
directly on,
enemy on,
express reason,
fleming ian,
heavily on,
possess reason,
steadily on,
therapy on,
whereby an,
belly region,
delhi region,
energies on,
energy can,
healthy urban,
heavy ion,
lay heavy on,
library ass'n,
maria in,
penalty on,
repair regen,
sellar region,
shelby hearon,
wealthier urban,
wealthy asian,
wealthy cotton,
wealthy often,
wealthy urban,
yellow region,
agency on,
committee on,
entirely on

5 syllables:
necessary on,
primarily an,
primarily on,
commentaries on,
glabellar region,
malaria in,
necessary when

6 syllables:
necessarily an

Some other possibilities:

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