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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with matlin:

2 syllables:
acts in,
act in,
add in,
ads in,
ad din,
ad fin,
ad in,
al din,
am in,
ants in,
ash bin,
ash in,
asked in,
asks in,
ask in,
ass in,
as sin,
at bryn,
at in,
aunt in,
backed in,
back in,
bad been,
bad in,
bags in,
bag in,
bands in,
band in,
bang in,
banks in,
bank in,
banned in,
bash in,
basked in,
basks in,
bask in,
bass bin,
bass in,
baths in,
bath in,
bat in,
blacks in,
black in,
black skin,
black tin,
blanks in,
blank in,
branch in,
brands in,
brand in,
calf skin,
camped in,
camps in,
camp in,
cant win,
can in,
can win,
cap in,
cashed in,
cash in,
castes in,
caste in,
cast in,
catch in,
cats in,
cat in,
chance in,
clad in,
clap in,
clash in,
clasped in,
class in,
cracks in,
crack in,
crafts in,
craft in,
cram in,
crank pin,
crashed in,
crash in,
dad in,
dams in,
dam in,
danced in,
dance in,
dfas in,
draft in,
dragged in,
drags in,
drag in,
drank in,
facts in,
fact been,
fact in,
fans in,
fan in,
fast in,
fast spin,
fats in,
fat in,
flags in,
flag in,
flashed in,
flash in,
flats in,
flat in,
flat spin,
france in,
francs in,
frank in,
gangs in,
gang in,
gaps in,
gap in,
gash in,
gasped in,
gas in,
gg allin,
glanced in,
glance in,
glands in,
gland in,
glass chin,
glass in,
grafts in,
grants in,
grant in,
graphed in,
graphs in,
graph in,
grasped in,
grass in,
had been,
had in,
half in,
hands in,
hand in,
hanged in,
hangs in,
hang in,
hast been,
has in,
hatched in,
hatch in,
hath been,
hats in,
hat in,
hat pin,
have in,
jack in,
jazz in,
kant in,
kan win,
lab clin,
lab in,
lacked in,
lack in,
lags in,
lag in,
lakhs in,
lambs skin,
lamb in,
lamps in,
lamp in,
lands in,
land in,
lapse in,
last been,
last in,
laughed in,
laugh in,
lax in,
lax skin,
mad sin,
man in,
man kzin,
mapped in,
maps in,
map in,
mask in,
mass in,
matched in,
match in,
max min,
packed in,
pack in,
pact in,
pad in,
pan in,
passed in,
pass in,
past been,
past in,
patch in,
paths in,
path in,
pat quinn,
plank in,
planned in,
plans in,
plants in,
plant in,
plan in,
plaque in,
plaque skin,
rack in,
ram in,
ranch in,
rang in,
ranked in,
ranks in,
rank in,
ran in,
rats in,
rat in,
rat skin,
sand in,
sang in,
sank in,
san quinn,
sat in,
scan in,
shaft in,
shall in,
shall win,
slack in,
slant in,
slap in,
smack in,
smash in,
snap in,
span in,
stacked in,
staff in,
stamped in,
stance in,
stands in,
stand in,
stashed in,
strands in,
strand in,
strap in,
swam in,
tab in,
tag in,
tag skin,
tang yin,
tanks in,
tank in,
tanned skin,
tap in,
tasks in,
task in,
taxed in,
tax in,
thanks in,
than in,
that in,
that sin,
tracks in,
track in,
tracts in,
tract in,
trapped in,
traps in,
trap in,
valves in,
valve in,
van rejn,
van ryn,
wax in,
wrapped in,
wrapt in,
yang qin,
ystrad ffyn,
zhang bin


3 syllables:
abstract in,
advanced in,
advance in,
attached in,
attacked in,
attacks in,
attack in,
began in,
behalf in,
ben wagin,
canals in,
canal in,
collapsed in,
collapse in,
commands in,
command in,
demands in,
demand in,
encamped in,
enhanced in,
entrapped in,
exam in,
expand in,
financed in,
finance in,
impacts in,
impact in,
implants in,
intact in,
intact skin,
japan in,
joe manchin,
john astin,
j balvin,
li fabin,
morale in,
naram sin,
perhaps been,
perhaps in,
react in,
relaxed in,
relax in,
romance in,
sudan in,
surpassed in,
unmatched in,
whereas in


4 syllables:
darby allin,
interact in,
trevor rabin,
understand in,
unsurpassed in


5 syllables:
vasily stalin



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