Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with vivian:

2 syllables:
be given,
mg/m2 given,
the given,
touch given,
youth given

3 syllables:
smith ian,
ii on,
heavy on,
levy on,
being eaten,
being even,
cities on,
disease on,
divvy up,
him even,
if even,
in even,
india on,
is eaten,
is even,
it even,
paris season,
quickly on,
shear region,
sticky bun,
there even,
there reason,
this even,
this season,
were eaten,
were even,
which even,
will even,
with even,
busy on,
carry an,
carry on,
duty on,
fa xian,
fully on,
money on,
prairie hen,
steady on,
giddy up,
a given,
are given,
as given,
ii in,
levied on,
river on,
ivy arum,
being beaten,
bridge region,
bring reason,
chris weedon,
disease can,
fifty men,
finley dunne

4 syllables:
committee on,
entirely on,
guinea hen,
nearly an,
pamir region,
precisely on,
library on,
criteria as,
deliver an,
deliver on,
heavy ion,
lay heavy on,
being easy on,
benign lesion,
billy cotton,
billy herman,
career reasons,
clear reason,
clear region,
commit treason,
committee can,
committees on,
dearly won,
dinner eaten,
eclipse season,
entirely eaten,
exist even,
fleming ian

5 syllables:
criteria in,
subcommittee on,
virginia in,
delivery man,
delivery van,
necessary on,
delivery in,
cecilia payne,
criteria alone,
criteria and,
criteria can,
criteria known,
criteria shown,
criterion in

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