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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mcjob:

5 letters:
u dub,
ca ca


6 letters:
fa cup,
va cup,
in sub


7 letters:
neb neb,
sub sub,
usb hub,
duk duk,
hus jan,
tuk tuk,
buck up,
fuck up,
muck up,
ruck up,
suck up,
tuck up,
bulk up,
bump up,
bunk up,
bust up,
csma ca,
cuts up,
dust up,
gums up


8 letters:
bucks up,
pub grub,
sucks up,
luck was,
budge up,
chalk up,
chuck up,
pluck up,
stuck up,
judge as,
judge on,
stuck on,
bear cub,
bunch up,
punch up,
twin tub,
comes up,
drug was,
drugs as,
drugs on,
drums up,
drunk up,
front up,
get shut,
grubs up,
lion cub,
sea chub


9 letters:
book club,
chuck rib,
bucked up,
chucks up,
fucked up,
rum shrub,
sponge up,
sucked up,
tucked up,
can judge,
sponge on,
truck was,
struck up,
hunt club,
judge has,
struck on,
blood cup,
gummed up,
rub a dub


10 letters:
chucked up,
duck shove,
scrunch up,
drummed up,
grubbed up,
opaque gem,
conduct an,
conduct as,
conduct on,
product as,
product on


11 letters:
chief judge,
young judge,
judge judge,
rural clubs,
ch'en ch'un,
chief chief,
heute schon,
conduct has,
pleural rub,
product has,
supper club,
cheetah cub,
sierra club


12 letters:
struck young,
thumb rubbed,
afghan chief,
become chief


13 letters:
extra touches


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