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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vasanthabalan:

3 syllables:
added one,
add button,
add onion,
alfred bunn,
alpha cen,
an lushan,
ask someone,
at london,
at luncheon,
at qumran,
at someone,
at sutton,
back button,
battle won,
camp oven,
can function,
can summon,
cattle run,
class function,
damage done,
dan duncan,
fan oven,
flash button,
flat junction,
frank buchman,
frank duncan,
gap junction,
gland function,
glass onion,
graft function,
grand junction,
grant duncan,
had someone,
hal sutton,
happened one,
hash function,
have someone,
jack button,
jack hudson,
jack hutton,
jack klugman,
jack london,
last dozen,
mad onion,
mass function,
mats sundin,
maxim gun,
nan hudson,
path function,
plancks function,
planck function,
plasma gun,
ramp function,
ras dejen,
staff function,
tak function,
tanc function,
tanhc function,
than someone,
that function,
that london,
that russian,
that someone,
that sudden,
valid one,
van bruggen,
van druten

4 syllables:
advanced button,
command button,
demand function,
exact function,
example one,
implant button,
john aniston,
perhaps someone,
sebastien bourdon,
secant function

5 syllables:
andrew callaghan,
ciudad guzman,
nicole aniston

6 syllables:
jennifer aniston

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