Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with jungle hen:

3 syllables:
struggle on,
stumble on,
loved helen,
young russian,
chapel on,
couple on,
hung up on,
trouble on,
young sultan,
can retain,
gnetum gnemon,
judge caton,
san ramon,
stun baton,
bharat bhushan,
chief russian,
douglas denon,
judge bacon,
justice on,
think helen,
truck laden,
phnom kulen,
wing gudgeon,
drunken man,
function on,
judge coleman,
some guidance,
stumbled on,
young cuban,
britain on,
brush up on,
button on,
dehra dun,
dutch oven,
gas oven,
jesus on,
let up on,
retain an,
young briton,
young dutchman,
young prussian,
young russians,
angle on,
conga line,
single man,
single men,
struggle in,
chug a lug,
luggage van,
muscle man,
muscles on,
struggle as,
trouble man,
trouble when,
consul in,
friend allan,
friend helen,
pencil on,
since helen,
temple on,
then given,
when given,
young kitten,
blood given,
bring russian,
bring sudden,
but given,
can command,
douglas dillon,
firing button,
front commun,
has given,
judge dillon

4 syllables:
alan paton,
alice bacon,
asses laden,
conducted an,
conducted on,
consulted on,
excel button,
office button,
production on,
alice coleman,
punta allen,
beautiful helen,
duchess helen,
extra button,
lovely helen,
of a sudden,
office guidance,
on a sudden,
family on,
kamal hossain,
brother allan,
extra guidance,
mother helen,
payable on,
sea gudgeon,
advice given,
asset given

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