Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with lyncean:

3 syllables:
india on,
quickly on,
finley dunne,
in milan,
in reason,
in season,
indeed an,
indeed on,
pirin region,
since even,
smith ian,
ii on,
in even,
being beaten,
bring reason,
imply an,
routing region,
simply an,
simply on,
spring season,
string reason,
bridge region,
chris weedon,
fifty men,
his reason,
his weapon,
india as,
is reason,
paris region,
quickly eaten,
quickly when,
ridge region,
split season,
strictly on,
switch region,
thick client,
thick region,
this lesion,
this reason,
this region,
this weapon,
were beaten,
which reason,
with reason,
money on,
being eaten,
being even,
him even,
hinge region,
which even,
cities on,
disease on,
if even,
in regions,
in sea,
in sweden,
increase on,
invar iance,
is eaten,
is even,
it even

4 syllables:
committee on,
entirely on,
precisely on,
injury on,
benign lesion,
india in,
cindy sheehan,
guinea hen,
agency on,
being easy on,
commit treason,
committee can,
committees on,
eclipse season,
entirely eaten,
exist even,
is easy on,
precisely when,
schuylkill region,
until brian,
until reason,
victory on,
injury done,
benign lesions,
hindi alone,
india alone,
india and,
india can,
india known,
india phone,
indian in,
indian known,
inner reason,
inner region,
linear region,
michael sheehan

5 syllables:
subcommittee on,
virginia in,
criteria in

Some other possibilities:

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