Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with triphane:

2 syllables:
hip pain,
pitch chain,
his cane,
his main,
his pain,
in maine,
in pain,
in vain,
is pain,
is vain,
lil wayne,
pit lane,
pitch change,
pouring rain,
ring main,
switch cane,
there hain't,
thick chain,
this chain,
this main,
this pain,
which change,
will gain,
with jane,
with pain,
with rain,
fifth maine,
schiff stain,
in nine,
la main,
big game,
his aim,
in name,
this aim,
this same,
which aim,
being eight,
big eight,
bring eight,
did have,
fish have,
gill ale,
here have,
him have,
him made,
him make,
his age,
his aid,
his aide,
his eight,
his said,
his sake,
in age,
in aid,
in eight,
is eight,
is safe,
is said,
it have,
it take,
king hake,
lisle lace,
shear rate,
spit take,
split tail,
still have,
there eight,
there have,
there raise,
this age,
this aid,
this have,
this said,
till late,
were eight,
which eight,
which have,
will aid,
will have,
will hays,
with age,
with eight,
year age,
year have,
did fine,
his fine,
if an,
if in,
if on,
if one,
in fine,
is fine,
sinn fein,
stiff fines

3 syllables:
clear chain,
decay in,
login name,
adding eight,
until eight,
until late

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