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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bugbane:

2 syllables:
judge paine,
judge payne,
much pain,
some pain,
truck crane,
blood drain,
blood rain,
bus lane,
butt chain,
can gain,
dumb cane,
gas main,
judge wayne,
rural maine,
was vain,
blood brain,
chief grain,
la grange,
la main,
leg bail,
leg mange,
sprouted grain,
young brain,
young grain,
jug wine,
bourbon spain,
brush paint,
flood plain,
flood plane,
judge crane,
much pains,
rural spain,
scrub plane,
stress plane,
truck cranes,
was plain,
blood change,
blood drained,
blood drains,
blood stain,
bus lanes,
can change,
chief change,
chief gains,
drugs have,
dutch gained,
feulgen stain,
fleuve saint,
gas mains,
has gained,
judge swayne,
mud stain,
parent chain,
roughest terrain,
rural change,
rural terrain,
schon lange,
some change,
some faint,
stress change,
stress strain,
then change,
thus gained,
u.s.s. maine,
up train


3 syllables:
extra grain,
alice payne,
unless spain,
acid rain,
added chain,
extra brain,
extra plane,
extra train,
uncle wayne,
agile brain,
urban grain,
extra gains,
flea bane,
opaque paint,
become plain,
enoch train,
opaque stain,
product chain,
accra plains,
acid base,
acid rains,
acid stain,
added chains,
asset gains,
become faint,
brother wayne,
extra strain,
extra trains,
kurile chain,
major chain,
other main,
pea brain,
rudder chain,
sunday in,
unless change


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