Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ablush:

2 syllables:
flame brush,
nail brush,
faint blush,
gate leg,
have lain,
have let,
jake leg,
made love,
make love,
maybe some,
neighbour as,
train rushed,
bright blush,
might blush,
slight blush,
bail up,
bale on,
brain blood,
day but,
drain blood,
face flushed,
faint flush,
mail hub,
mail on,
male has,
may bug,
may love,
nail up,
paint brush,
pale as,
placed flush,
raise blood,
sail on,
sale as,
sale on,
scale as,
scale has,
scale on,
scale up,
stage blood,
stale blood,
tail on,
way but,
cape dutch,
cave fish,
flame bush,
flame fish,
game fish,
quail bush,
stay fresh,
ape man,
ape men,
cape bon,
eight dutch,
gave much,
gave such,
have much,
have such,
made much,
made such

3 syllables:
malay blood,
always love,
makes a hash,
away but,
became blood,
became flushed,
became hushed,
contain blood,
detail as,
detail on,
dilate blood,
donate blood,
female blood,
label on,
made a hash,
obtain blood,
prevail on,
replace blood,
table as,
table has,
table on,
rattail fish,
always judge,
always much,
became judge,
became such,
contain much,
contain such,
create such,
female judge,
maiden blush

4 syllables:
japanese brush,
enable an,
enable us,
japanese blood

Some other possibilities:

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