Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with slush fund:

2 syllables:
fudge sundae,
was tuned,
such funds,
judge summed,
much loved,
has loved,
thumb rubbed,
was judged,
was loved,
dna strand,
rum bud,
was conveyed,
was stunned,
fresh funds,
parish funds,
much fun,
crush pen,
fen phen,
phen fen,
rushed on,
some fun,
trust funds,
was fun,
young unwed,
judge signed,
being tuned,
blood filled,
blood tinged,
blunt end,
can send,
care tuned,
chief friend,
chump end,
front end,
fun filled,
gas filled,
has filled,
has signed,
is tuned,
must end,
rural sindh,
string tuned,
then filled,
then send,
truck filled,
twice filled,
was feared,
was filled,
was signed,
brush on,
crush on

3 syllables:
added funds,
ended funds,
office funds,
unless funds,
extra funds,
prussia and,
russia and,
alice loved,
become dulled,
alice shrugged,
becomes roughened,
extra blood,
suction head,
sultan heard,
britain had,
buddha and,
buyout funds,
greater funds,
helen heard,
money funds,
other funds,
pudden head,
royal funds,
russia showed,
u.s.a. and,
unspent funds,
urban flood,
abrupt end,
become filled,
office feared,
office filled,
urban sindh,
beautiful and,
brushes and,
custom made,
honey tongued,
jesus summed,
precious and,
precious funds,
prussia found,
prussia gained,
prussia joined,
prussia signed,
russia found,
russia gained,
russia had

4 syllables:
production had,
equity funds,
recover funds

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