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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with command:

2 syllables:
young unwed,
fudge sundae,
slush fund,
thumb rubbed,
was tuned,
be a man,
come on,
comme un,
comme une,
dam on,
hsia men,
jam on,
rum bud,
some man,
some men,
some on,
can end,
but end,
butt end,
stub end,
u bend,
judge summed,
has loved,
much loved,
was judged,
was loved,
was ushered,
chump end,
dam and,
drum and,
drum head,
dumb and,
gum and,
ham and,
mum and,
rum and,
sam and,
some and,
sousa mendes,
stem and,
sum and,
thumb and,
ban on,
can an,
can on,
con un,
done an,
done on,
gun on,
hung on,
man an,
man on,
men on


3 syllables:
become dulled,
britain had,
buddha and,
extra funds,
helen heard,
prussia and,
pudden head,
russia and,
u.s.a. and,
become an,
becomes roughened,
comment heard,
famous and,
sea mud,
unless signed,
tunnel head,
alice loved,
chuckle head,
couple had,
extra punch,
get a load,
has a bird,
has a word,
jesus had,
jesus heard,
jesus said,
judges had,
judges heard,
knuckle head,
mother hugged,
russia showed,
struggle had,
become and,
emma and,
simon heard,
woman had,
woman heard,
begun on,
canal and,
canal lined,
damon knight,
genus and,
leben und,
menus and,
money fund


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