Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with boat train:

2 syllables:
to drain,
no rain,
to rain,
whole terrain,
choke chain,
known chain,
one main,
should deign,
so plain,
to spain,
whole chain,
whose main,
would deign,
could drain,
mole drain,
should drain,
stone drain,
would drain,
blows rained,
close grain,
coast chain,
float plane,
ghost pain,
goats bane,
gross brain,
gross grain,
known brain,
no gain,
no pain,
no trace,
no trade,
one grain,
slow lane,
to gain,
to pain,
to trace,
to trade,
two lane,
two main,
whole brain,
whole grain,
whose brain,
wrote saint,
coach trains,
doped drain,
how strange,
known strain,
role strain,
so strange,
those trained,
whole strain,
closed chain,
cold chain,
could gain,
gold chain,
owned chain,
road race,
road rage,
should gain,
showed change,
showed faint,
showed gains,
showed plain,
to frame,
would fain,
would gain,
chrome paint,
close change,
cloth plain,
dose rate,
float case,
flows change,
gross change,
gross gains,
grows faint,
growth change,
growth gains,
growth pains

3 syllables:
remote terrain,
embryo brain,
unknown terrain,
approach lane,
shower drain,
lower brain,
lower grain,
promote change,
promote trade,
exposed terrain,
lower strain,
unknown strain,
destroy brain,
above change,
above plane,
above raise,
alone change,
alone gained,
alone raise,
approach gained,
approach gains,
growing chain

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