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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bugs bunny:

3 syllables:
loves money,
was funny,
was money,
comes fully,
currant money,
front money,
loved money,
lunch money,
lungs fully,
trust money,
fuck buddy,
blood money,
but money,
chief money,
drugs relieve,
drugs safely,
duncan i,
dust bunnies,
dutch money,
fun money,
funds money,
get money,
glove money,
has fully,
hush money,
lon chaney,
much money,
put money,
rural money,
such money,
was fully,
was lucky,
when money,
colleagues believe,
comb honey,
duc de sully,
some money,
stuffed dummy,
was busy,
convey fully,
get busy,
trust fully,
begged money,
brings money,
drugs carry,
smells funny,
things funny,
things money,
years money,
cuban heel,
douglas mckie,
hush puppy,
mud puppy,
parents money,
struck lucky,
young puppy


4 syllables:
becomes money,
conduct money,
deduct money,
entrance money,
becomes fully,
becomes fuzzy,
becomes muddy,
refund money,
unspent money,
upfront money,
office money,
unless money,
added money,
asset money,
janos arany,
uncle buddy,
urban money,
conduct fully,
extra money,
adjust fully,
become privy,
consult fully,
result fully,
alice tully,
buckwheat honey,
fucking funny,
fucking money,
office fully,
precious money,
unless fully


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