Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with Afghan hound:

2 syllables:
chief found,
schwa sound,
man found,
men found,
pearson found,
then found,
when found,
ben and,
can and,
chen and,
dan and,
don and,
done and,
fun and,
gun and,
man and,
men and,
pearson and,
pen and,
ran and,
run and,
son and,
sun and,
tan and,
ten and,
then and,
tion and,
ton and,
van and,
when and,
won and,
clung round,
come round,
flung round,
slung round,
strung round,
swung round,
thumb found,
tongue found,
tongue round,
young found,
young hounds,
blood bound,
blood found,
blood hounds,
blood pound,
blood round,
but found,
douglas found,
dutch found,
get round,
has found,
judge found,
shrub found,
skull found,
stele found,
stress found,
stuck round,
stuff round,
thus found,
twice found,
twice round,
was bound,
was found,
was round,
was sound,
convey sound,
cousins found

3 syllables:
extra pound,
extra round,
extra sound,
be on own head,
begun and,
ion and,
urban and,
become bound,
become round,
become sound,
added sound,
advice found,
advice sounds,
alice found,
extra ground,
extra pounds,
extra rounds,
extra sounds,
gallup found,
joyous sound,
office found,
uncle found,
unless bound,
unless found,
unstruck sound,
brian found,
bryan found,
connie found,
cotton found,
cotton round,
cotton wound

4 syllables:
adrian found

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