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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with England:

2 syllables:
strings tuned,
things loved,
being loved,
being plunged,
being tuned,
bring blood,
pouring blood,
spring flood,
string tuned,
thing loved,
touching blood,
prince loved,
christ loved,
still stunned,
there stunned,
in blood,
in flood,
being judged,
being rubbed,
being shoved,
chewing the cud,
chill blood,
dear loved,
his blood,
ill blood,
is loved,
is tuned,
prick blood,
quick blood,
spill blood,
spit blood,
stick blood,
there blood,
thick blood,
this blood,
this fund,
which blood,
with blood,
being conveyed,
drink blood,
being slain,
big bud,
bring lunch,
brings blood,
spring floods,
still loved,
being cleared,
chris shrugged,
smith shrugged,
thick skulled,
thing cleared,
chris grinned,
thing pledged,
big lan,
drink punch,
glib tongued,
shrill tongued,
since funds,
since lunch,
spring gun,
string plucked

3 syllables:
virgin blood,
until blood,
drawing blood,
drying blood,
dying loved,
finger blood,
flowing blood,
growing flood,
seeing blood,
showing blood,
spewing blood,
spraying blood,
staying tuned,
being on head,
isaac loved,
single and,
single hand

4 syllables:
ensuing flood,
ongoing blood,
supplying blood,
withdrawing blood,
manila and

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See England used in context: 24 poetry verses, 111 Shakespeare works, 3 quotations, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, 720 definitions

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