Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ground crew:

2 syllables:
bound group,
found group,
hound group,
mound group,
own true,
sound group,
crowd threw,
found clues,
found new,
found proof,
found too,
found truth,
found you,
round fruit,
sound fruit,
sound proof,
and grew,
and threw,
and true,
mount bruce,
your true,
bound school,
found school,
hounds tooth,
house threw,
mounds view,
own view,
round school,
round smooth,
round stool,
sound school,
sound views,
and drew,
hand screw,
john drew,
bound groups,
brown group,
crown group,
down too,
found grouped,
found groups,
grown too,
mound groups,
own group,
proud group,
sound groups,
brown fruit,
brown school,
found loose,
found proved,
found strewn,
grown fruit,
lounge room,
own school,
round fruits,
round loose,
sound booth,
sound tooth,
wound proved,
and blue,
cap screw,
chance threw,
france threw,
guard threw,
lag screw,
small screw,
bound roots,
found rooms,
mount school,
own new,
own room,
round rooms,
sound dues,
sound rules

3 syllables:
around group,
compound group,
around freud,
around new,
around you,
profound truth,
account group,
amount due,
amount you,
profound gloom,
around school,
profound views,
unsound views,
around groups,
compound groups,
around loose,
compound proved,
profound truths,
response queue,
around roots,
around rules,
compound rules,
grounding screw,
mountain dew,
profound roots

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