Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with agama:

3 syllables:
shah nameh,
mass. u.s.a.,
faggot up,
ack emma,
back office,
black couple,
fallen on,
fashion as,
fatten up,
happen as,
happen on,
nation as,
nation has,
nation on,
passion as,
thank allah,
abd allah,
anna was,
ash oven,
at a run,
at ucla,
bashes on,
battle as,
battle on,
castle on,
catches on,
catches up,
cattle on,
chana dal,
channel op,
class office,
classes as,
classes on,
damage as,
damage has,
damage on,
fan oven,
farah aidid,
fast ata,
fast ata-2,
fat acid,
gamma acid,
gang up on,
glass office,
glasses on,
graham huggan,
graham hutton,
grande duchesse,
had added,
had uses,
manna gum,
matches up,
padded up,
pages as,
pages on,
panel on,
passes as,
passes on,
passes up,
patches on,
patches up,
rachet up,
rapid as,
rapid assay,
ratchet up,
ratted on,
rattle on,
saddle up,
sarah added,
sarah alice,
sarah was,
sarah young,
shah jahan,
shall adjudge,
staff added,
staff office,
status as,
status has,
status on,
that added,
that office,
that russia,
that uses,
travel as,
travel on,
valid as,
backup man,
lac lĂ©man,
wagon tongue,
adam was

4 syllables:
japan u.s.a.,
attack russia,
compassion on,
attache office,
japan added,
japan office,
japan russia,
potash alum,
samuel a.,
aga saga

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