Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with trust fund:

2 syllables:
dna strand,
was tuned,
was stunned,
must send,
fudge sundae,
rhesus blood,
is tuned,
just found,
must end,
must find,
gust front,
thrust front,
just can,
just done,
just man,
just run,
just then,
just when,
must run,
must then,
parent strand,
slush funds,
such funds,
thrusts on,
youngest son,
blood throbbed,
tongue probed,
best loved,
christ loved,
must build,
parents signed,
parents sinned,
dust on,
has loved,
judge summed,
just an,
just on,
just ten,
thrust comes,
thrust on,
was blood,
was judged,
was loved,
was plunged

3 syllables:
unspent funds,
office funds,
unless funds,
alice shrugged,
becomes roughened,
alice loved,
office blood,
unless blood,
request funds,
added funds,
custom made,
ended funds,
budget funds,
client funds,
current funds,
justice had,
major strand,
minus strand,
sultan heard,
upper strand,
become plugged,
becomes dulled,
extent filled,
urban trend,
become dulled,
britain had,
buyout funds,
custom and,
extra funds,
greater funds,
justice and,
modest funds,
purchased funds,
trusted and

4 syllables:
recurrent funds,
adjusted and,
equity funds

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