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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with mud puppy:

3 syllables:
blood money,
blood supply,
hush puppies,
young puppies,
but money,
dumb bunny,
fuck buddy,
get lucky,
get money,
put money,
can fully,
chief deity,
chief money,
douglas mckie,
duncan i,
dutch money,
fun money,
glove money,
has fully,
hush money,
judge duffy,
judge mcghee,
lon chaney,
much money,
rural money,
sprung fully,
struck lucky,
such money,
was fully,
was funny,
was lucky,
was money,
when fully,
when money,
red-lead putty,
red lead putty,
wood pussy,
humble pie,
russia by,
umble pie,
vedra beach,
blood safety,
can repeat,
can supply,
chief supply,
comb honey,
duc de sully,
flood relief,
gas supply,
loved money,
rural supply,
some money,
then repeat,
trumpet tree,
buddha realm,
can appeal,
chief appeal,
couple league,
couple leave,
up a tree,
blood berry


4 syllables:
added drily,
added money,
added supply,
added appeal,
asset money,
uncle buddy,
alice tully,
become fully,
office fully,
office money,
unless fully,
unless money,
urban money,
buddy buddy,
added lamely,
added safety,
agile supply,
become muddy,
become privy,
bloody funny,
bloody lucky,
bloody money,
ended lamely,
extra money,
fuddy duddy,
product appeal,
refund money,
sea duty,
urban supply,
abided by,
eroded by,
added duties,
arusha peace,
extra duties,
extra supply,
fluid supply,
office appeal,
office supply,
sudden appeal


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