Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with eyestrain:

2 syllables:
drive train,
spike train,
light train,
might strain,
might train,
night train,
right train,
slight strain,
might drain,
dried grain,
fine grain,
slice plane,
white crane,
miles terrain,
drive trains,
light chain,
like rain,
might deign,
might gain,
price trade,
spice trade,
spike trains,
tight chain,
light rains,
night trains,
quite strange,
sight strange,
sights trained,
slight stain,
wright stain,
wrights stain,
bite plane,
fight spain,
glide plane,
guide plane,
light plane,
night plane,
quite plain,
right plane,
slide plane,
while spain,
white plain,
wright plane,
write plain,
based chain,
train train,
grind grain,
hind brain,
side chain,
bike lane,
dried grains,
drive chain,
fine grained,
five main

3 syllables:
halide grain,
provide grain,
senile brain,
supplied grain,
flying train,
higher terrain,
lying terrain,
menai strait,
private train,
provide trained,
defined chain,
fiber strain,
higher strain,
minor strain,
minus strain,
sublime strains,
virus strain,
affine plane,
divine plane,
unlike spain,
campaign train,
delayed train,
defined brain,
refined grain,
chromite grains,
design trade,
divide trail,
driving rain,
drying grain,
dying brain,
empire trade,
finer grain,
flying crane

4 syllables:
desired strain,
entire terrain,
entire train,
subsidized grain,
uncertain terrain,
acquired brain,
as right as rain

Some other possibilities:

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