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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with diphthong:

2 syllables:
beer pong,
being long,
being wrong,
ching chong,
ding dong,
ere long,
here long,
him long,
his long,
in. long,
in long,
in song,
is long,
is wrong,
it long,
it wrong,
kim jong,
king kong,
ping pong,
prick song,
sing song,
still wrong,
there long,
thing wrong,
this long,
were long,
which long,
with long,
year long,
cliff thought,
fifth of,
fifth or,
his song,
in hong,
this song,
were wrong,
will long,
in the wrong,
being thought,
bring thought,
chris thought,
cliffs of,
ding dongs,
drift of,
drift off,
filth of,
flynn thought,
gift of,
gift or,
his strong,
his thought,
if more,
if war,
in thought,
inch long,
is strong,
is thought,
it thought,
its long,
lift of,
lift off,
mere thought,
mitch thought,
ninth of,
paris thought,
pierre thought,
queer thought,
quick thought,
quinn thought,
rousing songs,
shift of,
singh thought,
spring songs,
spring thaws,
stiff froth,
still thought,
swing thought,
there thought,
thing thought,
things wrong,
think wrong,
this strong,
this thought,
were thought,
which thought


3 syllables:
commit wrong,
appear wrong,
until long,
appears wrong,
berlin songs,
bitter wrong,
commit wrongs,
devlin thought,
doing wrong,
going long,
going wrong,
their long,
their song


4 syllables:
consider wrong,
religious song


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