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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with plunk down:

2 syllables:
young crown,
lung grown,
dutch crown,
mural crown,
young brown,
when grown,
chalk downs,
dan brown,
done brown,
has grown,
sam browne,
was grown,
young count,
chief brown,
chuck brown,
clove brown,
douglas brown,
judge brown,
nut brown,
snuff brown,
soulful brown,
chief town,
flunked out,
must own,
stuff gown,
floods drown,
flunks out,
monks house,
was crowned,
was sown,
young crowd,
can count,
rug gown,
blood count,
clung round,
flung round,
flunk out,
let downs,
monks found,
monks mound,
put downs,
slung round,
strung round,
stuck round,
swung round,
tongue found,
tongue round,
trunk show,
young found,
being grown,
his crown,
shell crown,
silk gown,
some ground,
strip crown,
tongue drawn,
young plan,
blood hound,
chalk ground,
chief ground,
comes round,
convey sound,
cousins found,
drums sound,
front found,
front mount,
front round,
lsland sound,
lunch count,
much ground


3 syllables:
extra crown,
allan brown,
become brown,
alice brown,
opaque brown,
of ones own,
on ones own,
dowel crown,
royal crown,
upper crown,
suffolk downs,
unstruck sound,
cotton grown,
olive crown,
urban ground,
veneer crown,
becomes bound,
becomes brown,
becomes round,
brian brown,
bryan brown,
bunny brown,
clover grown,
entrance wound,
extent bound,
extent found,
fully grown,
honey brown,
ireland found


4 syllables:
opium grown


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