Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with single-lane:

3 syllables:
single lane,
single chain,
thing remain,
single line,
single ale,
single brain,
single chains,
single change,
single grain,
single plane,
single train,
it remain,
still remain,
which remain,
will remain,
william mayne,
lynda lange,
simple chain,
being delayed,
being detained,
being retained,
philip payne,
signal chain,
singh remained,
spring remains,
string remains,
there remain,
thing remained,
thing remains,
things remain,
will attain,
single lines,
single one,
michael caine,
michael haydn,
michael payne,
michael shayne,
michael wayne,
being attained,
firing delay,
jingle mail,
single case,
single page,
single phase,
single shape,
single weight,
triple chain,
friend elaine,
plimsoll line,
spring design,
wiring design,
young remain,
conga line,
input chain,
limbs remain,
since attained,
single day,
single grains,
single strain,
still contain,
which contain,
will contain

4 syllables:
sister elaine,
single layers,
berlin remained,
berlin remains,
bigelow paine,
cinema chain,
lingual veins,
single array,
single domain,
single layer

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