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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with gounod:

2 syllables:
know god,
down hard,
frown marred,
brown had,
crown had,
town had,
know not,
show card,
town are,
your god,
your hard,
brown argued,
crown argued,
found god,
ground rod,
mau maued,
though marred,
at odd,
black cod,
crowd had,
doubt had,
four had,
hour had,
house had,
rock cod,
south had,
square rod,
though god,
cows are,
four are,
house are,
out are,
out top,
show both,
show cause,
snow job,
south are,
a ground,
a pound,
a round,
a sound,
a wound,
algae found,
am bound,
are bound,
are found,
are ground,
are round,
are sound,
as found,
as ground,
as sound,
assay pound,
assure sound,
brown and,
brown heard,
crown and,
down and,
ensure sound,
gone hard,
gown and,
ground had,
grown and,
ideal found,
ideal ground,
ideal sound,
ideals found,
of ground,
of sound,
off the ground,
on ground,
on sound,
on the ground,
own and,
own hand,
own head,
snow had,
than god,
town and,
towns had,
brown heart,
brown rot,
doubt not,
haute monde,
house not,
ought not,
out not,
own heart


3 syllables:
cacao pod,
enough not,
about god,
on your tod,
our god,
about are,
about whom,
enough cause,
about not,
power modes,
power not,
account are


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