Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with samhain:

2 syllables:
branch chain,
rand, ayn,
rand ayn,
back pain,
brass chain,
cat train,
drag chain,
grass stain,
sash chain,
that jane,
that pain,
gram stain,
from pain,
from rain,
palm wine,
tom paine,
and gain,
and pain,
and rain,
chance wayne,
crank chain,
flank pain,
frank crane,
grand chain,
land chain,
plant cane,
vance haynes,
yank chain,
ambs ace,
at pains,
at saint,
be at pains,
black paint,
black saint,
black stain,
brass chains,
clam bake,
class brain,
class change,
class gained,
class gains,
class train,
crack plane,
crack train,
fast lane,
fast train,
glass paint,
glass panes,
glass rained,
gramme weight,
grass plain,
grass stains,
had gained,
jack plane,
match plane,
matte paint,
max pain,
pack train,
packed train,
pratt drain,
rack brain,
ralph payne,
ram raid,
rat brain,
scratch grain,
shall change,
shall drain,
shall faint,
shall gainsay,
shall paint,
shall stain,
shall train,
sham rage,
staff change,
staff gained,
task pane,
that change,
that plane,
that spain,
track change

3 syllables:
combat train,
gamma chain,
hiram haydn,
japan gained,
japan spain,
abram chayes,
attack plane,
attack spain,
castle hayne,
combat plane,
combat trains,
compass plane,
detached chain,
harry payne,
kappa chain,
maggie shayne,
pathway in,
sarah payne,
shaggy mane

4 syllables:
hodograph plane

Some other possibilities:

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