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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ulva:

2 syllables:
psl psa,
fa la,
fal la,
la la,
rev. a.,
tra la,
bla bla,
burra burra,
con la,
fla fla,
la guerra,
yum cha,
ba ba,
bla ma,
bulk up,
ca ca,
cha cha,
con a,
convey an,
csma ca,
ga ga,
gal pal,
gel pen,
gta sa,
gua sha,
hep a,
hull was,
jan van,
la de da,
man u,
na na,
non a,
non u,
rah rah,
rural young,
scaled dove,
scaled up,
scales on,
skel ml,
skull was,
such a,
ta da,
ta dah,
ta ra,
ta ta,
tan vat,
u s a,
vel non,
wa wa,
wah wah,
xml ql,
break a leg,
ha ha,
kal el,
love as,
love has,
love on,
love us,
pal up,
rev up,
u a,
ban lon,
ben was,
bien cuit,
blithe young,
blood can,
blood cup,
blood gas


3 syllables:
agnus dei,
amen ra,
amon ra,
amun ra,
opus dei,
agile young,
eia tia,
howel dda,
result as,
result has,
result on,
tirra lirra,
tra la la,
uncle chuck,
uncle sam,
uncle was,
accent on,
acid can,
acid gas,
acid was,
added some,
advice was,
afghan chief,
alice was,
alice young,
allan young,
arise when,
become chief,
become such,
become young,
becomes an,
becomes as


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