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

7 letters:
rum bud,
was fun

8 letters:
much fun,
fen phen,
phen fen,
some fun,
can send,
is tuned,
must end,
brush on,
crush on

9 letters:
was tuned,
has loved,
was loved,
crush pen,
rushed on,
blunt end,
chump end,
front end,
then send

10 letters:
such funds,
much loved,
was judged,
dna strand,
care tuned,
fun filled,
gas filled,
has filled,
has signed,
was feared,
was filled,
was signed,
russia and,
buddha and,
u.s.a. and,
abrupt end,
russia had

11 letters:
was stunned,
fresh funds,
trust funds,
young unwed,
being tuned,
rural sindh,
then filled,
added funds,
ended funds,
extra funds,
prussia and,
alice loved,
extra blood,
britain had,
helen heard,
money funds,
other funds,
pudden head,
royal funds,
urban flood,
urban sindh,
brushes and,
custom made

12 letters:
fudge sundae,
judge summed,
thumb rubbed,
was conveyed,
parish funds,
judge signed,
blood filled,
blood tinged,
chief friend,
string tuned,
truck filled,
twice filled,
office funds,
unless funds,
suction head,
sultan heard,
buyout funds,
jesus summed,
precious and,
russia found,
equity funds

13 letters:
become dulled,
greater funds,
russia showed,
unspent funds,
become filled,
office feared,
office filled,
beautiful and,
honey tongued,
prussia found,
russia gained,
recover funds

14 letters:
alice shrugged,
precious funds,
prussia gained,
prussia joined,
prussia signed,
production had

17 letters:
becomes roughened

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