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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with elwood:

2 syllables:
dead wood,
elk wood,
lens hood,
press stood,
them good,
where good,
felt good,
fresh woods,
ngaire woods,
sell goods,
brush wood,
fell dead,
hell did,
in wood,
king wood,
still good,
swelled head,
this wood,
well did,
with wood,
bell book,
bell pull,
bell push,
chair pulled,
chair stood,
claire pulled,
claire stood,
clare stood,
dead wool,
death stood,
dress stood,
fence stood,
flesh stood,
fresh goods,
jesse stood,
less good,
share stood,
steps stood,
sweat stood,
where goods,
where stood,
pulp wood,
shell width,
silk wood,
well head,
dense woods,
health goods,
sells goods,
shelf stood,
wealth goods,
be much good,
being good,
bring good,
but good,
chris stood,
deaths head,
deck lid,
did good,
done good,
douglas stood,
get good


3 syllables:
hotel stood,
michelle stood,
belleau woods,
yellow woods,
olive wood,
ahead stood,
any good,
assets stood,
be any good,
depressed mood,
excess goods,
express goods,
janet stood,
michelle shook,
possess goods,
pretty good,
their good,
bretton woods,
ellie stood,
fairly good,
fellow pulled,
fellow stood,
heavy woods,
kelly pulled,
kelly stood,
lemon wood,
mrs. henry wood,
mrs henry wood,
solemn woods,
stella stood,
yellow goods,
alice stood,
become good


4 syllables:
rosetta wood,
professor goode,
vienna woods


5 syllables:
granadilla wood


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