Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with chow mein:

2 syllables:
snow line,
from mine,
brown pine,
cloud nine,
frown line,
own line,
hour line,
house signs,
house wine,
show signs,
shroud line,
stout twine,
your line,
crown mines,
own mind,
your mind,
than nine,
fall line,
laugh line,
snow chain,
squall line,
squaw vine,
straw wine,
trawl line,
bought time,
brown eyes,
crown height,
own eyes,
show time,
cloud height,
four eyes,
owl like,
snow tyre,
snow white,
your eyes,
your right,
for mine,
four main,
from line,
from nine,
got mine,
not mine,
or mine,
palm wine,
swamp pine,
than mine,
throughout maine,
to mine,
your main,
brown eye,
brown lines,
down the line,
down wind,
frown lines,
ground line,
ground pine,
own kind,
own lines,
brough smyth,
brown might,
cloud might,
crowd lined,
crowd might,
crown might,
doubt might,
drought might,
four lines,
fowl mite,
grout lines,
house mice,
house might,
house wines,
louse mite,
mouse lines

3 syllables:
about nine,
on cloud nine,
enough lines,
enough might,
enough signs,
foul line,
our line,
power line,
our mind,
powder mine,
about time,
enough night,
enough time,
enough fight,
enough light,
enough right,
enough sight,
enough while,
enough white,
our main,
enough height,
enough miles,
flower might,
foul lines,
howard heinz,
mao tai

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