Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with astonished:

2 syllables:
from it,
whom it,
bach it,
both it,
cause it,
cop it,
dog it,
drop it,
far it,
god it,
got it,
hop it,
job it,
knock it,
not hit,
not it,
pop it,
sock it,
sod it,
stop it,
top it,
wash it,
watch it,
france wished,
once it,
want it,
not missed,
scotch mist,
block built,
block list,
cause guilt,
cause list,
clock built,
clock ticked,
garage built,
hot list,
j-bar lift,
j bar lift,
lodge built,
not built,
not lift,
not list,
not shift,
plot twist,
prof. flint,
scott picked,
square built,
stock built,
stock list,
stop list,
t-bar lift,
t bar lift,
terrace built,
top lift,
watch list,
watch ticked,
yacht built,
down it,
gone it

3 syllables:
compare it,
declare it,
embrace it,
prepare it,
spanish heart,
spanish knight,
spanish might,
spanish right,
spanish thought,
spanish white,
bizarre twist,
blocking out,
blotting out,
causing it,
clocking out,
copping out,
cropping out,
drop a hint,
dropping out,
hopping it,
hopping out,
knocking at,
knocking out,
locking out,
logic ought,
nazis sought,
o'clock shift,
rolling out,
shot it out,
slopping out,
socking it,
stopping at,
stopping out,
topping out,
trotting out,
washing out,
watching it

4 syllables:
offenbar nicht,
acknowledge it,
sclerotic coat

5 syllables:
embryonic shoot

Some other possibilities:

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Book See astonished used in context: 29 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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