Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with guggled:

6 letters:
con el

8 letters:
but held,
has held,
was held,
rag head,
comme le,
drug has,
a leg up

9 letters:
jug eared,
then held,
when held,
has loved,
was loved,
was tuned,
jesus had,
canal and

10 letters:
much loved,
slush fund,
was judged,
couple had,
get a load,
buddha and,
has a bird,
has a word,
jesus said,
judges had,
russia and,
u.s.a. and,
brazil and,
bustle and,
camel bird,
chapel and,
chug a lug,
couple and,
double and

11 letters:
was ushered,
young unwed,
tunnel head,
alice loved,
britain had,
extra funds,
helen heard,
jesus heard,
prussia and,
pudden head,
basal third,
brazil wood,
camel herds,
camel loads,
canal leads,
canal lined,
comma cloud,
comma would,
dinah could,
dinah would,
double dyed,
double reed,
double tide,
double wide,
double word

12 letters:
fudge sundae,
judge summed,
thumb rubbed,
struggle had,
chuckle head,
knuckle head,
struggle and,
allah willed,
judges heard,
extras guild,
leila khaled,
buddha could,
buddha field,
buddha lived,
buddha would,
comma should,
couple lived,
couple owned,
double edged,
double heads,
double lined,
double shade

13 letters:
become dulled,
mother hugged,
russia showed,
beautiful and,
beautiful old,
brazil showed,
buddha called,
buddha should,
couple showed

14 letters:
struggle aimed,
struggle leads,
becomes dulled,
abdullah could,
abdullah would

15 letters:
beautiful heads,
beautiful ideal,
beautiful shade,
abdullah should

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