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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with brush down:

2 syllables:
chief town,
must own,
stuff gown,
was sown,
chalk downs,
let downs,
put downs,
rug gown,
blood hound,
bear down/,
dutch towns,
pulled downe,
chief towns,
crushed out,
dutch crown,
dutch found,
judge brown,
judge found,
much doubt,
rural towns,
rushed out,
some towns,
blood bound,
blood count,
blood found,
blood mount,
blood pound,
blood round,
bugged out,
bummed out,
but found,
can count,
can doubt,
chief brown,
chuck brown,
clove brown,
clung round,
come round,
dan brown,
done brown,
douglas brown,
douglas found,
drummed out,
flung round,
get round,
grubbed out,
has found,
has grown,
lung grown,
man found,
men found,
mural crown,
mush mouth,
nut brown,
pearson found,
plush couch,
rubbed out,
sam browne,
shrub found,
skull found,
slung round,
snuff brown,
some doubt,
soulful brown,
stele found,
stress found,
strung round,
stuck round,
stuff round,
sun lounge,
swung round,
then found,
thumb found,
thus found,
tongue found,
tongue round,
tuned out,
twice found,
twice round

3 syllables:
extra crown,
of ones own,
on ones own,
urban towns,
added sound,
advice found,
alice brown,
alice found,
allan brown,
become bound,
become brown,
become round,
become sound,
beloved house,
extra ground,
gallup found,
ireland house,
ireland ought,
office found,
opaque brown,
uncle found

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