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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with markdown:

2 syllables:
plonk down,
snarf down,
square crown,
far down,
lock down,
marked down,
marks down,
large town,
dropped down,
knocked down,
knocks down,
locked down,
locks down,
square brown,
stopped down,
stops down,
swans down,
washed down,
be bogged down,
bogged down,
calmed down,
clark brown,
clark found,
clarke found,
dark brown,
from down,
got down,
large crown,
marched down,
not down,
plop down,
shot down,
stop down,
top down,
not grown,
stock grown,
cause brown,
from brown,
john brown,
prof. brown,
scott brown,
borne down,
force down,
sank down,
torn down,
warm down,
warmed down,
charles town,
charles towne,
from town,
heart grown,
large towns,
marked out,
square ground,
arm round,
bark louse,
barth found,
carved house,
carved out,
charge found,
chart found,
dark cloud,
farmed out,
guard found,
guard mount,
guard round,
harsh sound,
harvey brown,
harvey found,
heart bound,
heart found,
heart pound,
heart sound,
heart wound

3 syllables:
farther down,
remarks sound,
started down,
marking down,
hablot browne,
horace brown,
lavonne brown,
prepare ground,
alarm sound,
calming down,
clara brown,
copper crown,
dowel crown,
gobble down,
hollow crown,
john l. h. down

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