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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with smitane:

2 syllables:
been done,
been none,
been one,
been run,
been spun,
been won,
big gun,
big one,
big run,
bring one,
build one,
built one,
dear one,
dear son,
deer gun,
did one,
fifth son,
flit gun,
fmt fissban,
gives one,
give one,
him one,
him run,
his gun,
his one,
his run,
his son,
his sun,
hit one,
ill done,
im done,
inch gun,
in fun,
in one,
is done,
is fun,
is none,
is one,
is run,
is won,
its one,
it done,
it one,
it run,
it won,
jim ryun,
killed one,
kill one,
kiln run,
lil one,
mill run,
near one,
pick gun,
pick one,
pig run,
pinch run,
pink un,
print run,
quick one,
quick run,
ring spun,
since none,
since one,
six gun,
six one,
spear gun,
split run,
spring sun,
still one,
still run,
things done,
things one,
thing done,
thing one,
think one,
this done,
this gun,
this one,
this run,
this son,
till one,
tim gunn,
which none,
which one,
which run,
which won,
will one,
will run,
wing tsun,
with none,
with one,
with sun,
years one,
year one,
ásgeir ásgeirsson

3 syllables:
chen qingchen,
jesse pinkman,
niek kimmann,
permits one,
permit one,
tsai ing-wen,
until one,
wang shixian,
within one

4 syllables:
ahmed tijan,
alan ritchson,
andrew bridgen,
andy wilman,
contradict one,
dinesh vijan,
hunter biden,
liu shiwen,
marcordist one,
robert kirkman,
robert pickton

5 syllables:
the silmarillion

6 syllables:
dolores o'riordan

7 syllables:
maitreyi ramakrishnan

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