Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with straighten up:

3 syllables:
freight tonnage,
straight tunnel,
weight tonnage,
made an ass,
faith enoch,
freight office,
make an ass,
rated as,
shaken on,
state added,
state office,
stated as,
stated on,
station as,
station has,
station on,
take a dump,
taken an,
taken as,
taken on,
taken us,
waited on,
weight added,
maintain an,
painted cup,
peyton young,
rail tunnel,
shaped tunnel,
state unless,
station depth,
straight canal,
train tunnel,
weight unless,
played a let,
played double,
said alice,
said office,
satin pumps,
trade added,
trade assoc,
trade office,
traded on

4 syllables:
create added,
created an,
created as,
created on,
creation as,
estate asset,
estate office,
mutation assay,
nitrate added,
occasion as,
occasion on,
probate office,
sensation as,
taxation on,
translated as,
translation as,
translation assay,
vacate office,
cascade tunnel,
create menus,
debate unless,
estate unless

5 syllables:
aggregate tonnage,
acetate added,
aggregate asset,
compensation as,
complicated as,
concentrated on,
concentration as,
concentration on,
consulate office,
conversation as,
conversation on,
declaration on,
designated as,
explanation as,
explanation has,
obligation on,
predicated on,
transformation assay,
compensation depth,
concentration depth

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