Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with impawned:

2 syllables:
im bored,
chris paused,
it dawned,
smith paused,
there dawned,
limp and,
shrimp and,
still longed,
being bored,
spring board,
wiring board,
being called,
big board,
bill board,
cousin called,
drink called,
ear bored,
his board,
in lord,
parish board,
quinn called,
ridge board,
singh called,
spring called,
stiff board,
string called,
switch board,
thick board,
thing called,
this board,
bitch called,
bridge called,
bridge ward,
chris called,
cliff called,
dear lord,
here called,
his lord,
if called,
is called,
is lord,
is scored,
is stored,
it called,
mitch called,
paris called,
parish called,
pierre called,
ridge called,
rip cord,
schmidt called,
skill called,
smith called,
sphere called,
still called,
strip called,
switch called,
there called,
thick walled,
were called,
which called,
which lord,
witch called,
with lord,
with sword,
crisp and,
fish pond,
him round,
imf and,
limbs and,
mill pond,
trimmed and,
whims and,
being hauled,
being warned,
gib board,
his sword,
pig jawed,
smith warned,
stick called,
trick called,
were warned,
dim and,
grim and,
grip and,
him and,
hip and,
jim and,
kim and,
limb and,
lip and,
rim and,
ship and

3 syllables:
appear bored,
berlin called,
resin called,
until called,
success spawned,
dimmer board,
jimmy called

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