Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sundanese:

3 syllables:
blood assays,
helen hayes,
hundred days,
sudden phase,
rural malays,
parental phase,
some details,
fudge sundaes,
hadron phase,
jan van eyck,
jesus says,
man fridays,
such details,
button names,
russian names,
venous phase,
tongue remains,
blood remains,
but remains,
can remain,
chief remains,
ductile phase,
genus names,
hundred nails,
hundred names,
judge remains,
much remains,
skull remains,
some debate,
some detail,
strand contains,
stress remains,
subtle ways,
sudden blaze,
sudden gains,
sudden raids,
sudden rains,
sudden waves,
trusted aides

4 syllables:
urban malaise,
extra delays,
office details,
production phase,
reduction phase,
repulsion phase,
trial delays,
ireland remains,
added details,
extra details,
president hayes,
access delays,
abundant praise,
abundant rains,
advice remains,
algal remains,
asset remains,
crustal layers,
office remains,
redundant phrase,
urban female

5 syllables:
redundant arrays,
reconstruction phase,
reproduction phase,
adhesion kinase,
concurrent delays,
ignition delays,
transmission delays,
reconstructed phase

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