Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with dugong:

2 syllables:
new song,
too long,
you long,
foong khong,
you gone,
choose songs,
choose wrong,
prove wrong,
screw gauge,
wu chang,
duke of,
you call,
bloom of,
blue laws,
blue wall,
boom of,
boot off,
cool of,
cool off,
coup of,
crews of,
cruise of,
cube of,
cube ore,
cue ball,
dew fall,
doom of,
due for,
few more,
food hall,
food of,
food or,
fool of,
fruit of,
fruit or,
gloom of,
goof off,
grew more,
groove of,
group of,
group or,
hues of,
jews of,
jews or,
june of,
knew for,
knew more,
loop of,
loose off,
loose or,
moon of,
moon or,
moot hall,
move of,
move off,
move or,
muse of,
new ball,
new for,
new laws,
new thought,
new war,
news of,
news or,
noon of,
plume moth,
plume of,
pool hall,
pool of,
pool or,
proof for,
proof of,
proof or,
prove of,
prove or

3 syllables:
produce wrong,
abuse of,
abuse or,
acute or,
approve of,
approve or,
assume all,
commune of,
consume more,
costume of,
deluge of,
exclude all,
excuse of,
lnstitute of,
perfume of,
platoon of,
produce all,
produce of,
produce or,
pursuit of,
reduce all

4 syllables:
absolute wrong,
absolute or,
longitude of,
molecule of

Some other possibilities:

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